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Unfortunately you can't combine Membership element with Value element. See syntax (childs element) documentation of Membership element. <Membership Type="CurrentUserGroups"> <Value>NOT POSSIBLE</Value> </Membership> If you use SP Server you can use feature: Audience targeting settings Create more Views, where every view is for ...


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Try this query <Query> <Where> <And> <Eq> <FieldRef Name="DocumentTypeCal" /> <Value Type="Text">Databases</Value> </Eq> <Neq> <FieldRef Name="Sub_x0020_Categories" /> <Value Type="Lookup">Full Access</Value> </Neq> ...


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Can't comment due to low rep so posting as an answer, purists forgive. Breaking a 500 element In into several nested Or tags does not work, to my despair. The limit is 500 elements hard apparently. I have tried breaking using a limit of 500 elements, 400, 300, 200, 100, and the SPServices query failed, returning: 500 Internal Server Error with the ...


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I think that this code: <Eq> <FieldRef Name = "HomeType"><Value Type="Choice">Condo</FieldRef> </Eq> must be like that: <Eq> <FieldRef Name = "HomeType" /><Value Type="Choice">Condo</Value> </Eq>


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You need to know the internal names of the columns "Start Time" and "End Time". I will assume they are "StartTime" and "EndTime" respectively. Hence: <Where> <And> <Lt> <FieldRef Name='StartTime' /> <Value IncludeTimeValue='TRUE' Type='DateTime'>2015-02-18</Value> ...


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Out of the box I don't think its possible. You can custom code a webpart which can read the library name from the querystring and display the result in a grid. But that will take good amount of coding effort. The easiest approach is to edit the page, and add the library webparts. And then use JavaScript to read the querystring and display approrpiate list ...



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