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The right solution is not to have over 5000 items per list as SharePoint online has a limit that you cant go around. What you can do is make views on the list you created. 1-4999 5000-9999 and so on. based on item ID column in SharePoint.


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Remove the semi-colon from your jquery definition tag. It should look something like: <script src="//code.jquery.com/jquery-1.11.3.min.js"></script> Text between tags that should reference external scripts will mess things up.


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You could use the Managed Property SiteTitle in your display template in order to show it. You could specify the managed properties you want to retrieve with the selectproperties parameter: _api/search/query?querytext='your+keywords'&selectproperties='SiteTitle'


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What is the solution to the get the value of lookup field var table = $('#example').DataTable({ "filter": true, "bDestroy": true, "bProcessing": true, "aaData": data.d.results, "aoColumns": [ { "mData": "ID" }, { "mData": "Title" },{ "mData": "lookupfield" },]


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Paste your web service URL directly in browser to check whether it asks for credentials if it is then pass credentials something like this jQuery(document).ready(function() { $.ajax({ url: url, type: 'POST', data: { username: id, password: pass }, success: function(content) { alert('ok'); }, ...



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