Calling the SharePoint Web Services with jQuery

Posted by: Jan Tielens Bloggings [MVP], on 09 Apr 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

If you read this blog you probably know that besides the web user interface, SharePoint also exposes some interfaces which you can use from code: the SharePoint object model and the SharePoint web services. The object model of SharePoint can only be used by code/applications that are running on a SharePoint server in your Server Farm, so you cant use the object model on client machines. The SharePoint web services can be used of course across a network boundary, thats what they are built for! In...

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