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Here are the steps you should execute Get the XML for webpart Load Limited Webpart Manager object Add web part. You can find details on Add an existing WebPart Using the Sharepoint client object Model


You could add a script web part. Add jQuery reference. Use developer tools to get the ID of the web part on the page + the html container element for the list. If the container has no children then hide the webpart. For example: jQuery(hideWebPartIfNoChildren); function hideWebPartIfNoChildren() { var webPart = jQuery("#elementId"), children = ...


The DLL's can be deployed either in: The GAC (for SharePoint 2013 - .net 4.0 - this is located in C:\windows\Microsoft.NET\assembly) The IIS web application's BIN folder.

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