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Office 365 (formerly known as SharePoint online) is a cloud counterpart of SharePoint on-premises. There two types of apps which are cloud based: AutoHosted apps and Provider hosted apps. The main difference is that with auto-hosted apps all Windows Azure and Windows Azure SQL Database components are provisioned for you when the app is installed and ...
The scenarios you could use with SharePoint are: Save the database file in SharePoint itself and check it in and out when you're using it just like you'd do with any other file. This is kind of rickety and SP isn't really going to do a great job of telling you what changes you made, but it's possible, I guess. Use Access Services to, in essence, host the ...
The "Unknown User" error is displayed whenever any unhandled exception occurs in your app. Obviously that's confusing because often it's nothing to do with whether the user is known or not. The best way to sort it out is to find out what the actual error is. You can do this by enabling the exception stack trace page in ASP.NET: Delete the ...
As long as you have the legal license.
You need to create an account in Azure using your Office 365 credentials. When you use these credentials an Azure AD connected to your Office 365 instance will be automatically created.
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