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comment clientContext.Credentials = CredentialCache.DefaultNetworkCredentials - in CSOM returns 401 unauthorized thru IIS
You are seeing the infamous "double-hop" issue. blogs.msdn.com/b/knowledgecast/archive/2007/01/31/…
Aug
28
comment CSOM Search takes more time to load than Content Search web part
Remote code is always going to be slower than an OOB web part that executes directly on the server.
Aug
27
comment Javascript to: get username, lookup id in list, then update list item
Rather than ask for the entire solution all in one shot, break your task into smaller subtasks, and solve each one separately, and if necessary, ask a focused question with a code sample that illustrates the specific problem at hand. This will increase the chances that someone here will take a crack at it. Free tip - your script tags should always be protocol-agnostic. Your first one is, but your second one is not.
Aug
27
answered Querying share point online Search via CSOM in provider hosted app using App only Access Token
Aug
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answered Accessing Host Web from APP Web of tenant scoped apps
Aug
24
answered Event receiver on library. Fire only once on upload
Aug
13
comment Sharepoint Online Event reciever
Is your source list in the app web or the host web? How did you attach the event receiver?
Aug
13
comment Sharepoint Online Event reciever
The issue is not with the code, but an app misconfiguration. Are you able to set a breakpoint and hit it in the debugger? msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/Dn275975.aspx
Aug
13
answered Run code before Modal Dialogue closes
Aug
13
answered _spFriendlyUrlPageContextInfo undefined when anonymous
Aug
13
answered Running code from within custom timer job returns access denied
Aug
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answered Can I avoid redundancy in field definitions?
Aug
5
comment Creating site collection - PowerShell vs. Central Admin
I seem to remember from a previous project that there were downstream issues when creating a site collection using that template, although I don't recall exactly what they were. Make sure the Publishing Infrastructure feature is activated, and try looking at the master page gallery and content types, and verify that all the stuff you'd expect to see is in there.
Aug
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comment Creating site collection - PowerShell vs. Central Admin
No, you can't do that, and you wouldn't want to, because it does not contain everything you need for a functioning publishing site.
Aug
5
answered Creating site collection - PowerShell vs. Central Admin
Aug
4
comment More effective way to work with views?
Can't you just instruct the users to use the column filter for Location?
May
27
comment Which approach to follow if I want to modify the built-in Issue Status Choices?
You are correct, if the choices need to be customizable per instance then the term set makes less sense.
May
22
answered Which approach to follow if I want to modify the built-in Issue Status Choices?
May
15
comment Site permission settings will not be included in the site template
Yes, that's what I would do.
May
15
comment Site permission settings will not be included in the site template
A WebProvisioned event. Another thing you'll need to consider is that you cannot have multiple groups with the same name inside a site collectoin. msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/… Or perhaps a Feature Receiver msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee231604.aspx