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I was able to do what I needed by using the ows_ID attribute of the event. It has the start time in UTC in it; something like 3.0.2015-11-25T22:00:00Z. The ows_EventDate has the time taking into account all the regional settings. Using some simple math I was able to do what I needed. // get the ID (e.g. 3.0.2015-11-25T22:00:00Z), split to get the start time ...
Add $filter in your query URL var today = new Date(); /_api/Web/Lists/GetByTitle('Agenda')/Items?$filter=EventDate ge '"+today.toISOString()+"'&$top=3 Following syntax is not needed. Only ge '"+today.toISOString()+"' is enough. ge datetime'" + today.toISOString() + "'
I learned that this cannot be done using a DVWP.
The problem with the CQWP is that you can not put what you want on the query. Luckily you can use the property QueryOverride. Download the WP Edit the XML file Change the QueryOverride proeprty and use something like that : Upload the WP to the Web Parts catalog. Insert the new WP on your page.
Follow these steps: Check the Task to see if the Recurring field is set to Yes and there has been a change in the Status of the Task. If both these conditions were not met then the workflow stops and it logs information accordingly. Then we need to create new task sample list. Here also set Start and Finish dates to the calculated columns. Finally, the ...
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