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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 https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/hh185010(v=office.14).aspx#sectionSection1 Add an existing WebPart Using the Sharepoint client object Model


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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 = ...


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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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