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They are not in the 15 hive. Any files needed by a SharePoint hosted app would be provisioned to that app's app web, which means they would ultimately be stored in a content database, not in the 15 hive. Here are a couple MSDN articles on the app model and the difference between host webs and app webs. Here also is a very helpful series of blog posts by ...


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I think you are mixing up a few things in there. In SharePoint there is not an out of the box method for scheduling workflows. You can for sure get creative with multiple lists and looping actions - but this set's you up for trouble in managing that type of solution. You will either need to consider a custom solution - or look to a 3rd party tool, such as ...


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If you want to have js and css files copied to SharePoint after editing the ts and less files then you can use the Visual Studio Extension SPFastDeploy to do that. https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/9e03d0f5-f931-4125-a5d1-7c1529554fbd


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Please check Service Bus connection type. At the moment there are two types of connection: SAS and ACS. To debug remote event receivers you should use ACS connection type. You can check connection type in Azure Portal. Unfortunately, you can't create ACS connection within Azure Portal. You can create ACS connection with Azure Powershell. ...


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You can use Virto Social Aggregator Web Part. It's web part for aggregating and effective displaying posts Twitter and Facebook.


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Why don't you use SharePoint for that. You can have a site where it has a your document library, and then from SharePoint you can configure "Send To" connection to copy these documents to another location, which is where the documents will be shared with other people. So SharePoint is your tool for doing so, and keep the documents in SharePoint, that way ...


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In case you're doing development on your machine, I guess that's a case where you have a loopback check, you can get around this problem in a couple of ways, please refer to this article. The easiest one for you would be to just disable it since you're only doing development on your local machine.


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Your SharePoint Servers are your "app" servers. You will create a wildcard CNAME record in your app domain that points back to your SharePoint server DNS record. Make sure that the the farm that receives it does not have host headers configured on the webapp that the requests will be delivered too. On production using SSL you will have to extend or ...


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According to Reflector SPClientCallableSettings.RequestUsageExecutionTimeThreshold property set or gets time threshold value in milliseconds. If CSOM request time execution exceeds this value, then additional information is saved into ULS logs


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this is a property from Microsoft.Sharepoint.Administration you can check these links for more information https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/microsoft.sharepoint.administration.spclientcallablesettings.requestusageexecutiontimethreshold https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/microsoft.sharepoint.administration


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Since SharePoint JSOM is async by its nature, i would recommend you to consider the following approaches. Callback approach The following example demonstrates how to perform a chained requests for loading of list items using JSOM: function getListItems(listTitle,success,error) { var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var list = ...


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Sounds like you need promises which are in many ways the JavaScript equivalent of the Task class in .NET Using jQuery promises your getList code would look something like this. function getList(listName) { var def = new jQuery.Deferred(); var hostUrl = decodeURIComponent(getQueryStringParameter("SPHostUrl")); var currentcontext = new ...


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REST /_api/Web/SiteUsers JSOM var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var users = ctx.get_web().get_siteUsers(); ctx.load(users); ctx.executeQueryAsync(function() { var userArray = []; var e = users.getEnumerator(); while (e.moveNext()) { userArray.push(e.get_current()); } console.log(userArray); });


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I haven't used Google adsense. However, I have used ads from Developer Media previously and am currently using ads from SharePoint ads in my blog. Normally, they give you an HTML ad code and the instructions for pasting the code in the pages. The ad code of developer media used to be a div tag with some publisher specific details where as SharePoint ads uses ...


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You cannot change the app type using the update system. For example, you cannot change an app from SharePoint-hosted to provider-hosted with an update. - msdn


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From msdn: Important: You cannot change the app type using the update system. For example, you cannot change an app from SharePoint-hosted to provider-hosted with an update.


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I resolved this problem by installing Window Foundation Identity. You can download this from here and download only x64 msu.


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If you really want to know that your event receiver was not triggered, then you can create workflow, that will request your "special" service (url) to ask it about latest triggered information.Yes, it may sounds stupid :) but it should work. But I think that you should find reason, why your trigger was not fired. I wrote two full step-by-step articles (with ...


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Provider-hosted apps Provider-hosted apps for SharePoint include components that are deployed and hosted outside the SharePoint farm. They are installed to the host web, but their remote components are hosted on another server. Choose patterns for developing and hosting your app for SharePoint


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Here's some links that might help you understand better and get started: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp142381.aspx and https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/fp179923.aspx And to better answer the question, provider hosted apps are applications that run in a server that is external to SharePoint's. It has its own infrastructure ...


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I found the solution I was looking for: Instead of modifying the Url's inside the Forms element you can add a FormUrls element inside the ContentType element. Here you can specify the three Url's relative to this content type <ContentType ... <XmlDocuments> <XmlDocument ...


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A possible approach for this would be to capture the click event of all the item-level operations using JavaScript, and have them redirected to your custom App. You can use the jQuery "on" event to capture the links or ribbon actions, and execute custom code in the function handling the event. In your code then you can redirect to the App's URL and action ...


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Custom Actions are not supported for tenant-scoped apps (Look at the section "Limitations of Tenant-scoped apps"). One workaround to consider would be to add the Custom Action in code via the app installed event. Check out this sample, which runs in a page but you could use the same approach in an app installed event.


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Your scenario describes a Provider Hosted App. You can use the same application you already have, integrated with O365 through an App. The main enhancement you'll have to think about in this approach has to do with authentication and incorporating the different set of tokens and contexts coming from O365. The following article describes the App options: ...


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URL: The App Model depends on the fact that each App has it's own domain. This ensures that Apps are isolated from the host SharePoint site collection and from other Apps. It also helps prevent cross-site scripting. Link to access App: Users access an App the way they would access a List or Library, from a link in Site Contents. Master page: Even though ...


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The reason for field initialization error is that in the view you are specifying Article Date field whereas in the success method you are trying to retrieve Article Title which obviously hasn't been requested at the time of query formation. It also looks like you are using Display names of the fields rather than Internal names.



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