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For such complex cases you might need to create DataContext and use Linq to SharePoint.. SPMetal command utility is used to create .CS code file for Entity Context.. Using this generated class you can easily query using LINQ.. Have a look at these: Using LINQ to SharePoint How to: Query Using LINQ to SharePoint
Yes, you can do this by SharePoint Designer. Add a lookup column to the Orders list, which will refer to the Customers list Open Customers list in SharePoint Designer Edit Customers Display Form, from the toolbar, select Insert a "Related Item View", your Orders list should show up in the option list, choose it Add/Remove columns of the Orders view You ...
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