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It is not recommended, but it can be done. I think there is a plethora of reasons why you don't want to do it: performance, security, etc. The whole point of it being a provider-hosted app is that it is provider-hosted, vs. SP hosted. There isn't any reason it can't be on the same server, but best practices are to separate those provider-hosted apps from ...


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You're wrong asserting provider-hosted apps don't allow to handle AppInstalled event. It is absolutely possible. Refer to this documentation: Handle events in apps for SharePoint and to this sample: SharePoint 2013: Create a provider-hosted app that customizes app installation


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We have done this with multiple solutions without any problems. Create a new web application for the provider hosted app. Do additional configurations (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp179901.aspx) and you are good to go.


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I used the info from the same cited above https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/jj713593.aspx to get the full list of User info for the person in our 2013 farm. I was interested in just grabbing one name from the picker so I set schema['AllowMultipleValues'] = false; the reference article uses a function to get the UserID function ...


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I needed to configure service Application Associations "WorkFlow Service Application Proxy" Go to Appliaction Management - Manage web appliactions Select Web Appliaction Service Connections Check "WorkFlow Service Application" In this site have another solution that I really worked. ...


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That code will only run with credentials provided for a tenant administrator. It will not work against App-only policy. There is a User Profiles scope in the app permissions manifest, but, like the Taxonomy permission scope, it does not seem to actually do anything (in an Office 365 context, anyway). ...


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if you are sure that Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Subscription Settings Service Application Proxy are both started you have to check application pools in the IIS for 2 pools: SecurityTokenServiceApplicationpool if it was started Subscription service application pool you can find it by the following: right click to all app pools that have GUID names one ...



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