I’ve been using quite extensivelly ever since SharePoint 2007 the valuable CAML builder made by people at U2U. An update has been released not so long ago for SharePoint 2013 (yes, despite what you might have heard CAML is here to stay, even though XSLT is really picking up on the User Interface side of things).

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Andy Van Steenbergen and I worked very very hard to revamp the CAML Designer and finally the tool is ready to be released: here is the CAML Designer for SharePoint 2013!I don’t need to mention that we are very proud of it 🙂

This version is much more user friendly and no hasle with resizing of the different panels anymore. The design is metro style based.


The functionality of this version of the tool is similar to what it offers you for SharePoint 2010:

  • you can build CAML queries for single lists
  • you can build queries that can be executed with SPSiteDataQuery
  • beside the pure CAML queries, you can also get code snippets for the server-side object model, the .NET client-side object model, the JavaScript client-side object model and last but not least code snippets when working with REST.

With this first version of the tool you are not able…

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