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SPSite and SPWeb are part of the Server Object Model and are implemented in Microsoft.SharePoint.dll. This object model can only be used when the code is executing on a SharePoint server. Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll is one of the assemblies that implement the Client Object Model. This is a remote object model that can be used in client applications ...


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If you are using Client object model use like this: ClientContext context = new ClientContext("http://SiteUrl"); // The SharePoint web at the URL. Web web = context.Web; // We want to retrieve the web's properties. context.Load(web); // Execute the query to the server. context.ExecuteQuery(); // Now, the web's properties are available and we could ...


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Since you need to use the Client Object Model for apps, you will have to rewrite large parts (if not all) of your back-end code.


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This problem is due to the fact that SharePoint only allows out of the box REST & CSOM endpoints consumption from Apps so if you deploy custom WCF services, it won't be allowed from within the App. If you use sp.webrequestinfo cross-domain library, you'll notice that it will work providing your service is consumable anonymously. Remember that in the ...


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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 ...


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A simple solution would be upon the first request to your long running task to write a stutus started to a persistent storage e.g. azure table storage. The key could then be username_webid. Upen subsequent request you can check if the long running task is started and maybe provide a progress if your task updates the table row. Im surprised if the ...


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Did you also do the exchange configuration part? Please refer to this excellent howto: http://sharepointgeorge.com/2010/configuring-incoming-email-sharepoint-2010/ It describes SharePoint2010 & Exchange2010 but also applies 100% to SharePoint 2013. If you use Exchange 2013 your way to configure will differ, because it has a new web-based interface.



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