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comment Unable to fetch tasks from all the task lists in SharePoint 2013 using CAML
+1, NewStarter field seems to be a custom one. Maybe only one list includes this field, and the others don't. In this case, marking the field as Nullable should help.
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comment Unable to fetch tasks from all the task lists in SharePoint 2013 using CAML
There is a suspicious NewStarter field in your query. Mark it as Nullable and see if it helps.
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comment Custom Field and export to Excel
Have you tried to add public override string TypeAsString { get { return "Number"; } } to your field class? If this helped, I could explain why :))
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answered How to extract day, month and year from xslt in ItemStyle.xsl?
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answered Unable to pass xslt variable in the javascript function
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comment ContentByQueryWebPart and numeric field display as integer
SharePoint is so huge a monster, and has so many bugs that learning how it works may take just too much time. So while I agree that understanding is important, but I think there should be some limit of how deep you can dive into SP guts :) And BTW it could even be not a SharePoint bug, but XSLT bug. I found some mentions in internet that sometimes XSLT outputs numbers incorrectly.
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answered I need to create an auto-generated email when items in a Sharepoint list are created or updated
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answered ContentByQueryWebPart and numeric field display as integer