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Say I have a list named Links. Is there a way, through .NET and Powershell, to retrieve the URL for this list? In this case, the URL I'm looking for would be "/Lists/Links".

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SPList.RootFolder.Url will give you the site relative URL. You might have to add a / to the beginning.

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    Doesn't work in some situations esp. in PowerShell. I get blank back. The ServerRelativeUrl property helps though. – Rob Nicholson Aug 18 '17 at 9:06
  • Rob Nicholson you r right. its not giving relative url in powershell. As you told ServerRelativeUrl property worked for me. thanks – SP Developer May 9 '18 at 11:22

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