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For debugging a SharePoint solution I want to give test site URL in visual studio.

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but since web application URL is already access mapped

(http://example:2344 -> http://example.com). 

When I try to give http://example.com URL in, it shows

"Remote SharePoint site connections are not supported "

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How can I use http://example.com (Alternate Access Mapped Url) for debugging purpose since currently, I don't have original URL (http://example:2344)?

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  • do you have access to central admin ? Jun 30, 2017 at 4:26
  • yes i am working on Dev environment so i have access to central admin . Jun 30, 2017 at 4:35
  • then you can determine the internal url of you application and use the same for debugging. Jun 30, 2017 at 4:36
  • In Alternate Access Mapping ->Edit Public Zone URLs , it is showing only example.com . Can you please tell me where to find example:2344 ? Jun 30, 2017 at 4:40

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I think you need to configure the hosts file on your server to map the server IP to the hostname.


To Edit Host file

  • Open your NotePad as administrator.
  • From Notepad, open the following file: c:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts
  • Add new entry as the following:

    • Server IP > click Tab > hostname , for example:

      127.0.0.1     example.com
      
  • Click File > Save to save your changes.

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use the Get-SPAlternateURL cmdlet, you can find the existing AAM settings for a web application.

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  • It is showing example.com(IncomingUrl) and example.com(PublicUrl). Jun 30, 2017 at 5:18
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Try this..

1)Open the project path in Windows Explorer

2)Locate the file .csproj.user(or .vbproj.user)

3)Open it with text editor(e.g. Notepad)

4)Change the SharePointSiteUrl property

5)Save the file, and then re-open the project (by deploying)

This works perfectly for me..

Thanks Jinchun Chen

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