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You can use Client object model in Sharpoint Online to retrieve. When you use the CSOM, you can write LINQ queries against client-side objects, such as lists and Webs, and then use the ClientContext class to submit these queries to the server. It's important to understand that when you take this approach, you are using LINQ to Objects to query SharePoint ...
If your user is a Office 365 subscriber in your test site, then yes. Add the user in Office 365 Admin Center. If you share your site with an external user, who signs in with another O365 account or a Live-ID, then no. Add the user through the "Share" button in the upper right corner.
I'm assuming you have already found a way around this issue, but I resolved it by editing the permissions my App needed to the Host Web. Originally I was just leaving it blank, but setting those permissions explicitly in the manifest got it working.
What you can do is to share with external user that are managed by an Azure AD. The user won't be able to get full coverage of all office 365 features but to create just test users I think it is might an option. You will find more information on how to do this here: How to use external users in SharePoint Online (with a cost-free Azure Active Directory)
According to How to: Query a remote service using the web proxy in SharePoint 2013 the response’s size of web proxy requests must not be larger than 200 KB otherwise the error: The size of the response from the remote endpoint exceeds the configured limit will occur. Solution Utilize another JS library to perform REST query from a remote service, for ...
Lookup is not the approach to use this. If it is a matter of referencing, you do not need an external list at all. You can use the External Data column option when you are creating the list column. There you can select the external content type and figure out what are the columns need to appear there. Refer the attached image.
Microsoft has been upgrading the O365 developer sites since SPC. Last week I went to my account and half my sites were down. Looking at the error I think the basic integration with the WAW server on your account has been screwed up. Don't expect any support on this from Msft - they are preview trials. You can either wait and hope it gets resolved or try ...
We Can use developer dashboard to know which master page that page is referring. Check this link
The width of App Parts in 2013 is most commonly set by the developer of the App Part. It takes a bit of extra work on their part to make it support dynamic widths. So, that is where your 400px fixed width is coming from. Since it is set with the !importand flag on the element, normal CSS won't override it. The only way you would be able to override it is ...
As I understood, you need to redirect users to specific location. I implemented similar functionality using SharePoint audiences before. If you have any attribute detecting users from 'Mary Washington', 'Virginia Tech' and 'Radford', you can create separate SharePoint audiences for them. For example you may have 'Company' property for each user profile, ...
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