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Yes, your app can be hosted absolutely anywhere, just that Azure simplifies the process. Setting it up is a pretty mean feat though, complete information of setting up IIS for doing this is thin on the ground, as you need to fully configure DNS, and purchase wildcard certificates (the backend comms is HTTPS only) Google around for "On Premises SharePoint ...


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Scott, Here's an example on How to: Create, Update, and Delete List Items from an external application. You can use these methods also within SharePoint itself if you want to deploy a solution with an application page. Walkthrough: Creating a SharePoint Application Page


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The dependent feature and the dependee feature should have different GUIDs. Your code sample shows both features having same GUID. Here is an example: <Feature Id="GUID1" Title="Feature Title" Description="Feature Description" Version="1.0.0.0" Scope="Site" Hidden="false"> <ActivationDependencies> <ActivationDependency FeatureId="GUID2" /> ...


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This is because it is not deployed by your solution, only referenced! In Visual Studio, double click the Package file and choose the "Advanced" tab. Then on that tab add a reference to the file from where nuget downloads it in your project folder. This way it will be deployed to GAC on installation of your wsp


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If you create a string value named "SharePoint" set to "Installed" under the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Shared Tools\Web Server Extensions\15.0 you will be able to create sandbox solutions without having SharePoint installed. (You'll also need to install Office Developer tools for Visual Studio) You will still need to publish the ...


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By Powershell $columnname = "Title" write-host ("Looking for: " + $columnname) $url= "http://localhost/" $site = get-spsite $url $web = $site.OpenWeb() foreach ($contenttype in $web.ContentTypes) { foreach ($field in $contenttype.Fields) { if ($field.get_InternalName() -eq $columnname) { ...


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What you want to do is use the Feature Upgrade mechanism to add the columns to the already existing list. If you just re-deploy the feature without "upgrading", then yes, the existing list will be overwritten with a new, blank list. Here is some documentation on MSDN about Feature Upgrades. Here is a series of blog posts by Chris O'Brien about Feature ...


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Make sure you are developing from the box that SharePoint is installed on. If you aren't on one of the WFE you can't deploy full trust solutions via Visual Studio. The other post also mentions the hosts file. Make sure you check that and that you have the domain of your SP Web App mapped in there. This file is typically located at ...


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This is a corner use case. I would suggest creating a timer service which will go through open tickets and double check permission on a regular basis. Else you need to go through the hard way of creating Custom Page + Forms etc.


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Open Visual Studio Solution Explorer window Expand Features folder Double click on each feature and find which feature is associated with your web part Now open the site in browser Open Site Settings -> Site Collection Settings Look from the feature you find in Step #3 If it is Activated, then first DeActivate and then Activate Now you can edit page and ...


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Usually it is in a Feature. When the Feature is activated, the Webpart is installed in the current siteĀ“s Gallery and therefore available to insert it into any webpartzone



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