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If you place the parent library on web part page set with the view you want, you can export that view. The option to export should be in the dropdown that allows you to edit the web part. You can the upload it to the web part gallery.
If you live/work in Europe, there has been a outage for couple of hours now with the office365 services, this includes the Azure AD. Without AD - no authentication to the services. I'm unsure if it works for users running their own AD in a hybrid solution. Azure Active Directory - West Europe and North Europe - Partial Service Interruption
I think that will depend on your type of Visual Web Part. The solution for 2010 created Sand boxed Visual webparts and if that is case you won't be able to connect directly as code policy won't allow that. You will need to look at: Surface the data thru BCS and then use your web part to connect to BCS to display the data Creating a trusted proxy you can ...
You can define your connection string in the web.config file. In the appSettings of your web.config file add a new key like <add key="mysqlConnStr" value="path of your mysql serve"/> No get it in your Web Part like following. private string mysqlConnStr = WebConfigurationManager.AppSettings["mysqlConnStr "]; Then follow this article to read/...
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