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Accessing the configuration parameters from ezEdit console

Accessing the configuration parameters from ezEdit console

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    • #5940
      Anonymous
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      Hi ,

      Thanks for your reply, but I want to know how the parameters are stored and how the query is built?

      I want to get the caml query that quest web part uses to display multiple list items in its web part.

      The web part properties only show the "viewed lists", "displayed fields". But it doesn't show how its querying the lists? I want to access the complete query which the web part internally generates. Is that possible?

      Regards,

      Arun

    • #5941
      Anonymous
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      Hi Arun,

        The CAML query gets built on the fly using the conditions specified and is not stored at the web part level.

      If you're interested in building CAML queries you can use different tools available on the web.

      http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/458008/CAML-Query-Builder

      http://spcamlqueryhelper.codeplex.com/

    • #4067
      Anonymous
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      Hi,

      We would like your help in one our quest webparts.

      We would like to know where these parameters get stored for qListview or the Query as a whole gets stored as we would be able to re-use the same.

      It would be nice if you can help us with insight of the same.

      Thanks in advance,

      Arun

    • #5942
      Anonymous
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      Hi ,

      The CAML query builder tools only allow us to build the query on a single

      list. It doesn't provide us the functionality to join two lists like it

      happens in quest web parts.

      So I wanted to know, how the caml query is built in quest web parts.

      Thanks for your help.

      Arun

    • #5026
      Anonymous
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      Hi Arun,

        If you want to reuse the web part configuration one thing that you could do is to export the web part as template and reuse it to import when you need it. In this way all web part properties are preserved.

      Also, you can take a look to the exported file and open it up using notepad so you'll see the web part configuration.

      If you have any questions please let me know.

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