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comment Configure custom forms for New and Edit using CSOM
We ended up skipping custom forms and instead used Site Columns to define which fields is shown in which form, less code and uses configuration instead. Thanks for the discussions!
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comment Configure custom forms for New and Edit using CSOM
@AzamKhan Trying to automate because we move from dev, to test, to acceptance, to prod.
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comment Configure custom forms for New and Edit using CSOM
Perhaps unclear question so let me clarify. I have a SP Add-in and the web-project part of the add-in is an MVC application that has two forms, one for new and one for edit. Perhaps being an Add-in is not necessary and a normal ASP.NET project is just fine. But regardless of which type of project the form is located in I don't see how I can upload the forms to the Forms Library, as they are dependent on c# code in the DLL to execute.
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comment Configure custom forms for New and Edit using CSOM
The code above execute ok. But when I click on the New Item link in the list I get error, didn't get that before I changed the URL. I set the URL to localhost:53561/WebForm1.aspx
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comment Configure custom forms for New and Edit using CSOM
Thanks, this updates the URL. But now I'm getting 'A potentially dangerous Request.Path value was detected from the client' in the ULS log. How would the URL be specified?
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comment Configure custom forms for New and Edit using CSOM
Yes, that is what I'm trying to achieve.
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comment Configure App Url message
For me the services showed as Started in Manage Service Applications, but when checking in Manage Services on Server it was Stopped. Starting and IISRESET (as suggested below) solved it.
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comment Creating A New SharePoint Service Admin Account
I just realized a wrote a blog about this 4 years ago :-) blogs.msdn.com/b/mattlind/archive/2011/05/13/…
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revised Creating A New SharePoint Service Admin Account
Added info about Add-SPShellAdmin
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comment Creating A New SharePoint Service Admin Account
I know an account get additional permissions when you add the account as shell admin, see Add-SPShellAdmin. If that is just for Powershell or not I don't know, try it and let us know of any change.
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answered Creating A New SharePoint Service Admin Account
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