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Try this jQuery().SPServices({ operation: "GetListItems", async: false, listName: listName, CAMLViewFields: "<ViewFields><FieldRef Name='Values'/></ViewFields>", completefunc: Function.createDelegate(this, callback) }); callback = function (xData, Status) { var values = new Array(); ...


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from what i know Robert is correct, as you are creating a webapp you can also send/request this xml info as the webservice also sends and recives this info! this is slightly complex but simple! I am updating a list with a batch request to a webservice, obviously I wanted to know the output which below does for me: private void batchUpdateItems(string ...


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Did you do a full crawl? In order to get a new property in the search results you need to do the following: Create a column and fill it at least with one value Do a full crawl Create a managed property and map the crawled property to it Do a full crawl Verify the xml results and see if the property is filled. See ...



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