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comment Use ULS Tracing Service to write to other files
That's how it is now, but there's literally thousands of Unexpected logs being written per minute from that Category. The wrapper class created by the tenant sets any tracing to Unexpected so I'm trying to avoid that in the future and thought to separate them out by file as well would be nice as well.
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comment Add Javascript to every page in Sharepoint 2013
Go for it! The worst that could happen is that it wouldn't work, but I'd be shocked if it didn't. I usually load my libraries up top and then any executing code before closing the <script> tag.
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comment List Save Button Directing to Another Page
This will not work with items that have a DocumentLibrary basetype. I'm still looking for a workaround to this one.
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comment Caching Ideas for SharePoint 2013 Autohosted App
You know what? Why can't you cache it at the source level? If I'm not mistaken, that's how ASP sites would work as well. They cache the pages and when they run the request see if a new version is available. If not, bring in the cached version. So either way a request would be made to check if the content is new, so why cache it on receiving end?
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comment Caching Ideas for SharePoint 2013 Autohosted App
I think that's a decent solution. I work with SP on-prem, so that would most likely be the way we would do it but I wasn't aware if it was usable with Office 365/AppFabric. Essentially you're caching on the server level, which is what I think you want. My hesitation to this solution is that it's ASP specific so if you wanted to at one point expand the app beyond using IIS you'd need a new solution.
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