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I fixed this issue by changing authentication for the "catchall/app" web from negotiate to NTLM. I´m still not sure what fiddler does so it works, but at least apps work as expected. An error in chrome "Invalid Auth Credentials" pointed me in the right direction.
The purpose off the app web is to store data used by your code logic. Lists created here are not intended to be seen by end-users. End-users will however interact with these data through App part you developed that use JSOM to get/set data into these lists. You can still consult them for debug purposes by browsing their direct URLs or by PowerShell on your ...
You can also create a SiteColumn with a different name first and then change the displayname with powershell: $web = get-spweb http://yourweb $web.Fields["InitialName"].Title = "NewName" $web.Fields["InitialName"].Update() In this case you don't need to deploy a solution.
You can create site columns using c# with same display name and distinct internal name. The important thing here is internal name. See this code: string internalName = site.RootWeb.Fields.Add("XXX", SPFieldType.DateTime, true); SPFieldDateTime newField = (SPFieldDateTime)site.RootWeb.Fields.GetFieldByInternalName(internalName); newField.Title = "existing ...
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