Using Query Rules with CSOM Queries in SharePoint 2013

I've had this question from a few people and never had a chance to track down the answer until today.  I've written a few times already about query rules and how awesome they are:  http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Search/en-US?query=%22query%20rules%22&beta=0&rn=Share-n-dipity&rq=site:blogs.technet.com/b/speschka/&ac=8 actually shows 9 postings where I've mentioned them in some way or another.  They are pretty freakin' brilliant, but the…

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Using the Client Object Model with a Claims Based Auth Site in SharePoint 2010

This is a companion posting to my blog about how to use the client OM with a site that is secured with FBA (http://blogs.technet.com/b/speschka/archive/2010/06/03/using-the-client-object-model-with-a-forms-based-auth-site-in-sharepoint-2010.aspx).  First let me just say, this was hard!  Like probably way harder than you would hope for, but there is actually a pretty understandable reason why that’s the case.  With both…

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Using the Client Object Model with a Forms Based Auth Site in SharePoint 2010

One of the questions I’ve seen a few times since my “mega-posting” on the client object model, is how to use it with a SharePoint site that is secured with forms based authentication.  There are actually a couple of ways you could do this.  The more complicated approach that I won’t describe in great detail…

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Using the SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model – Part 1

SharePoint 2010 introduces a new client side object model (hereafter referred to as the “client OM”) for retrieving data.  It supports a subset of functionality contained in the server side object model, but generally speaking gives you ready access to the data in your SharePoint site using standard object model nomenclature.  Before I actually get…

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Using the SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model – Part 3

In the first two parts of this posting I described the pattern you can use to retrieve data with the client object model (“client OM”).  I showed how to use the same pattern to retrieve both a set of lists, as well as data contained within a single list.  In this post we’ll talk about…

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Using the SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model – Part 2

In part 1 of this post, I described some general features of the new client object model (“client OM”) that is included with SharePoint 2010.  I also walked through a pattern for retrieving a collection of all of the lists in a web using that object model.  In this posting, we’ll extend our example further…

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Using the SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model – Part 4

In the first three parts of this series we’ve gone through quite a bit of code that shows how to retrieve data from lists.  In this post, we’re going to show how to actually create a list and manage fields. In the client object model you’ll see a familiar naming pattern of “someobjectCreationInformation” used to…

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Using the SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model – Part 5

The previous posts in this series have been pretty list-centric.  In this posting we’re going to delve down a different path in exploring the client object model and talk about security.  The client OM actually provides great support for working with the security model in SharePoint.  You can do everything from getting a list of…

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