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u can use this $.ShowProcessing("Refreshing Collections...");


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Return the results of your first call (which will be a jQuery Deferred object) then use that object with jQuery.when() in order to force all of the first calls to complete before the second one can begin: $('.littcls').each(function() { // *** use these variables to hold all of the promises you create in the loop var addTTItemPromises = [], ...


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SharePoint uses WCF through web services. SharePoint's web services surfaces a wide variety of data including lists, user information, sites, alerts, forms, search, webparts, etc. all can use CRUD operations. This is built on top of WCF. See here for more info. REST is another technology that SharePoint 2013 allows to surface data for CRUD operations. It ...


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if you are SharePoint online, i would suggest that you leverage the AppModel. Register an App Id and App Secret. Have your service build a context to SharePoint. You can use the SharePoint Web Toolkit to build a context to SharePoint in .NET. Using the Client Side Object Model (CSOM), request the current user information from SharePoint Online. You ...


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It's not clear exactly what you want to do, but OData $filter has a startswith that you should be able to use here. $filter=startswith(City_Name_EN,'M') See this page: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff798339.aspx and do a find for "startswith". When in doubt, check the OData spec. SharePoint implements it for the most part, though there are ...



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