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Our company contacted Microsoft, and this is by design. For security reasons you cannot set the permissions of an app by client side code
Scaling a SharePoint farm is often achieved by efficiently sharing resources across sites running in different web applications and by offloading processing cycles from front-end web servers to dedicated application servers. In Old version(2007) we have the SSP concept, But from 2010 & onward we have this new service architecture. In SharePoint 2010, ...
SharePoint facilitates several services such like user profile, secure token, business connectivity and etc.. which are supported at farm level. An application is a web application where it also lies in the same level as services. There you can add site collection, sites and add content. Then the services come and help those applications to function by ...
Service applications are different SharePoint features which you can configure and share among different web applications. There are lot of built-in service applications which you can configure and benefit from. Applications - if you are referring to custom applications, are the one you can develop using Browser, SharePoint Designer or Visual Studio to ...
There is out of the box support for opening a dialog from custom action. Add following attributes to the CustomAction XML node -- HostWebDialog : Set it to true if you want to open a dialog HostWebDialogWidth: Width of the dialog HostWebDialogHeight: Height of the dialog For more information go to my blog here. Hope this would help you.
I simply searched for app.master in Hive-15 and manually uploaded app.master to the Master Page Gallery - now everything works just fine.
No, you can not have C# code in your App-project, only in you Provider Hosted project
Definitely! You can accomplish this using SharePoint Designer or using JSLink. Inside SharePoint Designer (free application), you can create a new list form of type New. Then you can set it as default. Then inside the form, edit the form and comment out the that you see that contain the fields that you want to hide. You can comment out each field like so: ...
First of all, a user must be a site collection administrator to be able to grant an app to use app-only policy. Once you have installed and trusted (granted) an app, you can use app only requests to the site or web. Basically there is an accessToken called App Only Token that you have to create in your code to request app only access. Here is the sample ...
ON SPO, Tenant Administrator can create a developer site collection from Office 365 admin center if you have Plan E1 or E3. You need the Site collection admin rights on developer site collection. read this for more info : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp179924(v=office.15).aspx
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