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Unfortunately no, that is one of the drawbacks. Each time you create an app, the database is actually created in azure. There is no way to separate user’s ability to edit and read various tables. In other words, it does not support role based permissions.


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Here are two minimalist ways to run code in SharePoint: Create an ASP.NET web application and put your code in Default.aspx.cs. Deploy manually to the 15 Hive in a _layouts subfolder. Then access in the browser via http://any_site_collection/_layouts/15/subfolder/Default.aspx Rewrite your code and use JavaScript only. To host it in SharePoint, a simple ...



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