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Depending on your specific requirements, the easiest way is probably to use BCS to create external content types that link to your MySQL data. Your SharePoint hosted app can then read/write that data more or less as if it was a standard SharePoint list. The benefit of this approach is that it is quite quick and easy to set up. The downside is that it may be ...


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Has nothing to do with SharePoint. If you configure the server your MYSQL database runs on to accept Cross Origin requests you can access it from any environment. A https connection is preferred, but not required when you manually instruct your browser to allow mixed content. A REST middle-tier like ArrestDB in your stack simplifies access. You are ...


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2 Options SharePoint Object Model - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms441339.aspx SharePoint Web Services - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms479390.aspx specifically the Lists web service The web services is how Excel/Access communicate with SharePoint to integrate with its lists. Actually depending on where your solution is deployed, ...


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Besides the backup and restore, you have to install all custom Solutions on the new Server which are installed on the old server, before restore. Also old and new Server should have the same patch Level. If you do a backup, restore and reattachment, the Content is naturally the same like the site when you did the backup. It contains all the sites, web and ...


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I've never done that before but with a little googling I found something for you: http://www.lavinski.me/calling-a-rest-json-api-with-powershell/ This works so far with Powershell: Invoke-RestMethod -Uri "your REST URL" -UseDefaultCredentials otherwise you would need to specify your credentials directly.



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