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Writing queries directly on SharePoint databases is highly discouraged. You should consider the database as a black box which you can interact with through the provided APIs (either SSOM, CSOM, REST or web services). Here's how you can retrieve a view definition, using SSOM: SPView oView = oWebsite.GetViewFromUrl("Lists/List_Name/View_Name.aspx"); var ...


I ran into this issue. The problem seems to be XSL transform caching. Specifically anonymous / vs authenticated users. An alternate solution is to add your xsl inline with the view. Just after the closing DataFields tag, add your XSL. </DataFields> <Xsl> <!– Add your custom xsl here –> </Xsl>

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