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I am getting "This app has reached its outbound request limit" error when do more than two simultaneous calls using SP.WebProxy in my SP-hosted app. Do you know whether it is possible to change this threshold in AppManifest or in some other place? Or queuing is the only solution? I have SP2013 on-premises.

PS: I've found several similar questions on the Internet, but all of them are without the answer.

  • @MkihailSP Did you find a solution to this problem? – Moe Nov 1 '16 at 17:22
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    Just answered in the answers section. – MikhailSP Nov 2 '16 at 13:03
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I workaround the issue by doing calls using queue in my app.

I put a request object in the queue and the other part of my app gets the first object from the queue, trying to do a call, if it fails, it tries again after some time. After call is succeed, it resolves the promise of the related request object with the result and processes the next request from the queue.

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I think the problem you are facing is related to the throttling rules of SP2013.

I think you need to modify the and configure Request Management of the servers in the farm.

I think this is a good article for and will hopefully resolve your problem

http://www.harbar.net/articles/sp2013rm2.aspx

Cheers.

  • Thanks for your answer, Manish. Unfortunately, I believe that the issue isn't related to Request Management. I looked through the article you proposed. It is a great article, but it seems there is no mentioning of something similar to my issue. I am experiencing problem when using the SharePoint cross-domain library, which helps to overcome the same-origin policy. – MikhailSP Feb 20 '15 at 10:51

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