So LINQ is a front end to CAML so of course CAML is faster, and CAML is a front end to SQL so of course SQL is faster. However what would be a good test to see where and when to use each of these on ...
I have a CAML query of the form shown below which is called via the Sharepoint web service interface to search the entire Sharepoint site containing 600,000 documents looking for documents: ...
I have a folder in document library if I get the folder from folder collection of the document library and only query the items inside that folder will it work faster then querying a whole library ...
Customer wants to see 10 news items from all webs on front page. Also customer wants to specify some news that we should skip. I am trying to do next thing: var id =1; <Neq><FieldRef ...
I'm having some trouble getting a CAML Query working against a very simple list. My custom list has the fields: Person : User Date : Date Amount : Lookup My query looks like this: <Query> ...