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Have you tried using 'OffsetDays' instead of 'Offset'? <Today OffsetDays='-7'/>


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Have you tried building the CAML Query like this? This gives you a date offset of 7 days. <Where> <Or> <Geq> <FieldRef Name='Created' /> <Value Type='DateTime'>[18/12/2014 08:16:33 AM+7Day(s)]</Value> </Geq> <Leq> <FieldRef Name='Created' /> <Value ...


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You won't be able to do with minutes. CAML support OffsetDays as below <FieldRef Name="SendDate" /> <Value Type="DateTime"> <Today OffsetDays="-30" /> </Value>


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mmm try this script: $site = new-object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite("http://sitecollectionURL") $web = $site.rootweb $list = $web.Lists["Name of the List"] $caml='<Where> <Leq> <FieldRef Name="Created" /> <Value IncludeTimeValue="TRUE" Type="DateTime">2011-12-31T02:32:20Z</Value> ...


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IncludeAttachmentURLs is not available with CAML query object of .NET Client object model. To retrieve the files from the attachment field you have to try the following: Folder folder = clientContext.Web.GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl( spList.RootFolder.ServerRelativeUrl + "/Attachments/" + item.Id); FileCollection files = attFolder.Files; // If you ...


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The "Include attachment urls" section of this article may provide you help with what you want to achieve. Let us know if it helped.



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