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comment How to get server datetime without postback using JSOM or services
I'm not sure the Stack Exchange question is related since it's PHP and SharePoint is ASP.NET
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comment Authenticate Web Services with currently logged in users credentials
It's kind of hard to say without understanding what you are trying to accomplish and your requirements. I've recently been moving toward using AngularJS with the SharePoint REST API for certain tasks.
Apr
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comment Authenticate Web Services with currently logged in users credentials
Yea, I agree. This is partly why MS is moving toward claims and the javascript model for development because then creds would more easily pass through to different end points.
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answered Authenticate Web Services with currently logged in users credentials
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comment Responsive Design or Device Channels
Depends on the requirements. Can you please further explain what you are trying to accomplish and what type of sites you are using. i.e. Team sites, publishing sites, etc.
Apr
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answered Manage data source for multiple reports at once
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answered SharePoint 2013 - Render Page in iFrame without Navigation Elements?
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answered What is the optimal approach to disseminate large Powerpivot data model through Sharepoint?
Mar
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comment Can't make remote requests from Sharepoint 2013 event receiver
Yea, it doesn't matter. I've always had to add the cert path to my own SP cert for certain loopback requests to work correctly.
Mar
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comment How to encapsulate code in SharePoint 2010 and make it accessible across multiple solutions
i assume you are calling the webservice server side, if so, then there will be a performance penalty because of the remote call.
Mar
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comment After document upload, return to source page
You might be out of luck by requiring certain columns. Looking at the code posted above, it shows that if columns are required, it's going to redirect to the editform. This is where you are losing your source. If you are ALWAYS going back to the wiki after uploading a file to this library, then you might could do some JS magic on the editform.aspx page and add the querystring with the source in it so when they hit save it will redirect them back to the wiki page. You could also check the referrer to make sure it's coming from upload.aspx before you do this if needed.
Mar
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comment Programatically download InfoPath form data?
See this url for the documentation on getfile: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms476063(v=office.14).aspx
Mar
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comment Programatically download InfoPath form data?
So if the url to the file is: sharepoint/sites/sitecollection/web/documents/file.xml then the site relative url would be: documents/file.xml
Mar
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comment How to encapsulate code in SharePoint 2010 and make it accessible across multiple solutions
I've added some links to my answer that should help you out in visual studio.
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comment How to encapsulate code in SharePoint 2010 and make it accessible across multiple solutions
It's in it's own project, so in my other solution I add the project to the solution and then add that project as a reference. I'm not trying to be rude but this is like coding in visual studio 101.
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answered After document upload, return to source page