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Now available: 0.2.4.0 alpha for Orcas RTM by bart

It's finally here: LINQ to SharePoint 0.2.4.0 Alpha . This is our first official release targeting Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 RTM . What's new in this release? The focus for this release was primarily on getting the bits ready for...
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LINQ to SharePoint 0.2.4.0 Alpha for Orcas RTM is here by bart

I'm happy to announce you the availability of LINA to SharePoint 0.2.4.0 Alpha, ready for VS2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 RTM. Read the full details on the LINQ to SharePoint team blog. Del.icio.us | Digg It | Technorati | Blinklist | Furl | reddit...
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New blog series on LINQ to SharePoint by bart

Dimitri Clement has jumped on the LINQ to SharePoint trained and started a blog series on using LINQ to SharePoint. His first entry can be found on his blog over here . In his entry, he outlines the installation of the 0.2.3 build and how to get a jumpstart...
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Alpha 0.2.3 now available by bart

Last weekend, we did the finishing touch on the 0.2.3 release, so here it is today: please welcome LINQ to SharePoint v0.2.3.0 alpha . This is the first release to target Orcas Beta 2 and covers the following enhancements: SPML has been extended and can...
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LINQ to SharePoint ready for Orcas Beta 2 by bart

Last week, Microsoft shipped Orcas Beta 2; today, the Visual Studio SDK that goes with it was released as well. Ready for us to move LINQ to SharePoint to Orcas Beta 2. More specifically, the query provider core was changed slightly to adapt the new IQueryProvider...
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The 0.2.2 alpha interim release - an overview by bart

Today, a new alpha of LINQ to SharePoint will be released to web: please welcome build 0.2.2 . It's considered to be an interim release in between the 0.2 and 0.3 milestone. Remember from earlier posts that the goal in the 0.3 milestone is to provide...
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Lookup fields inside out by bart

Introduction Lookup fields are one of the most powerful list-related features of SharePoint, together with their big brothers, the LookupMulti fields. First of all, let's introduce these field types briefly. In the screenshot below you can see a Northwind...
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Improving the parser and more debugger visualizer fun by bart

Welcome back to what's going to end up as "LINQ to SharePoint: The Cruel Sequel" :-). The last couple of days, LINQ to SharePoint has been a full-time job and the result is getting better and better build after build. In this post, I'd...
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Introducing SPML by bart

In today's post I'd like to introduce a new concept that will be introduced in LINQ to SharePoint v0.3: SPML or the SharePoint Mapping Language. It didn't make it for the 0.2 release due to time restrictions, but tonight the first portion...
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LINQ to SharePoint alpha v0.2 available by bart

Two months after the appearance of the 0.1.2 alpha release of LINQ to SharePoint , I'm proud to announce the availability of the 0.2 alpha release . If you can't wait any longer, here's the direct link to the release page . Q: So, what's...
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