Unfortunately if you try using any of the above NULL predicates you are going to receive an internal SharePoint Interop COM error: HRESULT 0x80044110, which doesn't really reveal much information.There is a workaround solution though, instead of using (column IS NOT NULL) expression, use the following syntax instead: (column > '')
Last modified by artykul8 on 5/27/2010 5:23:52 PM
Check it out here http://snahta.blogspot.com/2010/03/content-query-webpart-header-footer.html
Last modified by Sandeep Nahta on 3/24/2010 8:34:10 PM
I am very disappointed with the documentation of this API, but to avoid more disappoitment, I let another tip here:To query all Labels on a TFS use the folowing line (the rest of code is equals to the first example)
VersionControlLabel labels = vc.QueryLabels(null, "$/YourTeamProject/", null, true);
Also, You should use TfsTeamProjectCollection or TfsConfigurationServer instead of TeamFou
Last modified by Delpino on 3/5/2010 1:56:25 PM
Last modified by AKrasheninnikov on 3/3/2010 11:29:37 AM
The same list, but with more requirements, you can find here: Creating a Query for Notification (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms181122.aspx)
Last modified by Daniel Wojciechowski on 2/19/2010 7:30:56 AM
If your updating DateTime fields then make sure you convert using SPUtility.CreateISO8601DateTimeFromSystemDateTime(dtStartDate) other wise it does not work.
Check out the following url for more info.http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sharepointdevelopment/thread/e6dec453-f295-4111-bd5d-720b05b65e43/#ce471579-8536-4087-9b82-ac66b984a013
Last modified by Vijay Gande on 1/16/2010 3:37:28 AM
Here's a paper I wrote which provides additional information on the DELETE query, including situations where it doesn't work and a workaround using DISTINCTROW (unique records property).http://www.fmsinc.com/MicrosoftAccess/query/snytax/delete-query.html
Hope this helps.
Last modified by Shahrooz Bigonah on 9/18/2010 10:59:51 PM
Here's a supplemental paper describing the DELETE Query in more detail with examples: http://www.fmsinc.com/MicrosoftAccess/query/snytax/delete-query.htmlThere is also a discussion of when the Delete Query fails with this message "Could not delete from the specified tables", what causes it, and workarounds.
Last modified by LukeChung on 12/8/2009 3:48:15 AM
Think of it as reverse polish logic, remember the HP calculators where you entered 4, 5, + and the answer was 9.enter variable1, value1, eq, variable2, value2, eq, and, where, now reverse the orderto get <where> <and> <eq> variable1, value1 </eq> <eq> variable2, value2 </eq> </and></where>which is equal to select * from listwher
Last modified by S.B.Rogers on 10/2/2009 2:41:45 PM
How many types of Queries are there? What are Inline Queries. Without using Inline Queries can we develop Stored Procedures
Last modified by QA2009 on 9/21/2009 12:10:38 PM