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Feb
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answered SharePoint 2013 : Event Receivers issue
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answered Enforce Drag and Drop documents to apply metadata
Jan
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answered Parsing a CAML query in C#
Jan
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answered EventListener for List changes in Sharepoint Hosted app
Jan
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answered use CSOM for the GetListAndView WebService for multiple lists/views
Jan
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comment SharePoint 2013 App Part and Modal Dialogs
This doesn't work. You get access denied (understandably) when trying to call parent.SP.SOD.execute(...). The proper way to launch a modal dialog appears to be by registering an event listener per the answer in this question: sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/143359/…
Jan
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comment Cross Domain REST Calls - Always 401 before 200 received
Are you unable to tell if your error or completion handlers are being triggered? Can you add simple logging to test? The fact that the data is coming back on the 200 should mean your call is working fine.
Jan
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comment Cross Domain REST Calls - Always 401 before 200 received
The RequestExecutor is specifically for Apps and calling from the appweb to the host web, or to other site collections from the app within the same tenant - the question is regarding code not called from an app, and to a totally separate SharePoint farm. I think this is worth a try, but I do not believe it will work, nor is it the recommended approach for this scenario.
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revised How to call Ajax in Visual Web Part
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answered How to call Ajax in Visual Web Part
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answered Create custom list in SPServices
May
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comment Getting Value from PeoplePicker / PeopleEditor
user.EntityData should be a hashtable - msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/… , but according to your error above, it seems your code is treating EntityData as a string, and if it were a string, the only proper way to index into it would be using an int, not a string. I am not quite sure how to assist you with this.
Mar
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comment Getting Value from PeoplePicker / PeopleEditor
if you have a PeopleEditor control, you would just call this, passing in that PeopleEditor and the SPWeb for which you want your SPUser (or group.) ie from codebehind of an aspx page, if I have a PeopleEditor with the ID "myPE", I might call it like this: GetPeopleFromPickerControl(myPE, SPContext.Current.Web);
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