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You can create an External List using that feed. First create an External Content source using SharePoint Designer. Then use that to create the List.


You can try append a $top to the request. _api/Web/Lists/getByTitle('abc')/items?$top=500


Note: The error that you are getting is because you have not specified exact fields(either Author/ID or Author/Title) to be shown in $select. To resolve this error, you can use $select,$expand and $filter together for field "Author" var url= appWebURL+ "/_api/SP.AppContextSite(@target)/web/lists/getbytitle('<Your List's ...


The easiest way (in my opinion) Is to create a REST service that communicates with your SQL database, And from there make REST calls to your service in javascript, using this guide as an example. You should also read this, which is a similar question to yours

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