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1answer
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Why do we need to strong name and mark webpart as safe?

We are using SP2013 and developing webparts for clients to be used in the intranet portal. We create the webpart, implement the logic and publish the wsp and install it on clients server. I want to ...
3
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1answer
201 views

Should this be a sandboxed solution?

My company outsourced the creation of a SharePoint WebPart for connecting to our cloud service. The WebPart connects to our service by using our REST API. When configuring the WebPart you supply ...
3
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3answers
2k views

Dynamically registering JavaScript from within a sandbox web part

I am mid-way through development of a corporate intranet that will be hosted in SharePoint Online. For this reason, we are restricted to using sandbox solutions. One of the last "gotchas" that I need ...
7
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3answers
3k views

WebPart where to store a connection string

I have a webpart that connects to an external DB. I need somewhere to store the connection string. It is possible for this data source to change but would always be the same for the site collection ...
0
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1answer
150 views

Setting SPWeb.AllProperties on WebPart Install

I have a WebPart where I need to set a custom property in SPWeb.AllProperties. How can I on install check to see if a property is set? If it is not set I want to set it. Or is it best just to do this ...
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5answers
1k views

Organizing WebParts in Visual Studio - Best Practices

My team is responsible for maintaining a SharePoint 2010 site that was developed by another group. This maintenance includes updates to existing web parts (approximately 20). Currently, all of these ...