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Take a look at PeoplePicker for provider hosted apps from Office365 Developer Patterns and Practices. This sample shows an implementation of a SharePoint People Picker control that can be used on provider hosted SharePoint apps. Applies to • Office 365 Multi Tenant (MT) • Office 365 Dedicated (D) • SharePoint 2013 on-premises


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here in short a description, what you have to do: First, go into your search service application and open the search Schema. Make sure, that your site column is a manage property and run a crawl. The second step is the modification of the display template. You find this file under master pages and can modify it to Display your value.


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In the Properties dialog of the control, select the General Tab and then select the Allow Multiple Selections check-box. Have you tried using different names to see if there is a problem with that particular name? Hope this helps. Please refer this Link


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Does this answer you question: http://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/2011/05/20/active-directory-groups-vs-sharepoint-groups-for-user-management-a-dilemma-aspx/ There are some differences in using ad groups vs sharepoint groups. One of the differences is that you can't view the members of an ad group in SharePoint. So a people picker with the limitation on ...


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Proposing some other solutions... Given that you have a people picker called ppobject: var ppobject = SPClientPeoplePicker.SPClientPeoplePickerDict["my_peoplePicker_TopSpan"]; To delete the last user in the people picker, you can call ppobject.DeleteProcessedUser() This is ultimately what's happening in the accepted answer, for as many times as there ...


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thanks for the reply. Im not sure that's entirely what I need. I have a bootstrap modal with an input field in (just using straight html tags). When I type into this field I effectively want it to look up to Sharepoint and make sure its an actual name. (the same as a person field on a normal sharepoint form). I tried your suggestion which did apply the ...


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Im using jQuery addClass method to do the same thing: All input text: $('input[type=text]').addClass('form-control'); All dropdowns: $('select').addClass('form-control'); All textarea/multiple lines $('textarea').addClass('form-control'); All People Picker $("div[id$='UserField_upLevelDiv']" ).addClass('form-control'); The selector of ...


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I have not done this myself, but it should be do-able for SharePoint Foundation 2010 using Stsadm. The fuzz when configuring the people picker is that it's done on a site collection level basis. The example from the blog below suggest to configure the people pickers used in a site collection to a specific domain like this: stsadm -o setproperty -pn ...



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