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Your buttons are in a SharePoint FORM, so when you add a button the click event is bubbling up to the FORM, and the FORM is submitted. You have to add JavaScript code to stop that from happing with event.stopPropagation(); or event.preventDefault(); See: ...


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I found out. In this case, I had a custom service application connection setup for the web application. The App Management service application was not created before the web application, so the web application was not connected to the app management service. I edited the service application connections, and then everything was good.


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This is a normal behavior when you try to show a page from an App in SharePoint host site, in every page in your App make sure you add: <WebPartPages:AllowFraming ID="AllowFraming" runat="server" /> Basically SharePoint pages send specific header in its response which prevents it from being viewed in iframe.


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Try to update your Workflow Manager 1.0 with CU2. Will resolve your problem, no need to change ID. (This CU2 update worked for me.)


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By default "Assigned to" is a SharePoint User field. People picker is a control which used to set data for this field. So, it show users (groups) from different data sources: The User Information List of the Site Collection. The User Profile Service (specifically the Root Organization) The configured data source for user information (Active Directory, ...


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Those samples using $.ajax() are the ones which are working in a single domain whereas SP.RequestExecutor is mainly used to perform cross domain calls. The code above is making a REST call on Host Web from an App Web and as you may be aware they are in different domains hence the need for it. Note, that if your List is in App Web itself, then you can very ...


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I don't think you're facing a SharePoint issue since this is happening as you try to publish. Nothing related to SharePoint at this point. You might have more success tagging this with Azure.


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Click on Start -> Run and type regedit. Locate the key 3. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa Right click on this key and choose New > DWord Value Name this one "DisableLoopbackCheck" Double-click then on it and type the value “1” Reboot your server. (Mostly not required) This helped me in resolving the issue. I am using windows server ...



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