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Change the web part (or whatever) that's rendering the button to include the following javascript into the page: _spOriginalFormAction = document.forms[0].action; _spSuppressFormOnSubmitWrapper=true;


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I kept coming across this question while researching this same problem in my SP2013 deployment. Thought I'd add the answer in case anyone else has this problem. Sharepoint does indeed exclude managed paths by default. However, if you create a VD or Application under the the main SP web site, it's going to inherit web.config values regardless of if it's ...


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Each time you restart IIS, sharepoint (.net) forces a recompile of the application. This takes a while for the first user who hits the site. Some options are: Build a warmup script that fires on a scheduled task calling an http request to sharepoint a forcing the site to compile. Create a timer service in sharepoint that iterates through the site ...


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If you want to go on with this approach, at least make sure you: Created a dedicated application pool for the ASP.NET app, possibly with a dedicated identity account. Set the virtual folder as an application in IIS. Use the dedicated app pool for this app. If you follow these steps, you have something "safe" considering the constrain "everything runs ...



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