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If we have

SPAuditQuery auditQuery = new SPAuditQuery(context.Site);

auditQuery.RestrictToListItem(item);


auditQuery.RowLimit = (uint)numberOfEvents;
auditQuery.SetRangeStart(startRange);
auditQuery.SetRangeEnd(endRage);

It will return the records in a descending order, I can then sort that results but if the user set a RowLimit, start and end Range Date, there's a big change that I will just get the results from the startRange and I'm insterested in show the most recent audits.

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What is your question exactly? – RJ Cuthbertson Jan 24 '13 at 18:53
    
when you create a SPAuditQuery, you can set options like RowLimit, SetRangeStart, SetRangeEnd and so on, before calling the GetEntries Method (context.Site.Audit.GetEntries(auditQuery);), the query results (entries) are sorted by Ocurred date Ascending, my question is if there's a way to change that. – rob.alarcon Jan 24 '13 at 20:41

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