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Does SPARK add any special third party codes or extra layer on my sharepoint environment?

​Does SPARK add any special third party codes or extra layer on my sharepoint environment?​ and does this affect the immigration from SharePoint on premise to office 365?​​

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​Does SPARK add any special third party codes or extra layer on my sharepoint environment?​ and does this affect the immigration from SharePoint on premise to office 365?​​

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Jim Hidson
Posted: 9/23/2018 4:43 AM
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Hi Sergio,
The answer is absolutely no!​
SPARK works with SharePoint infrastructure as is, and doesn't add any custom columns, events listeners, or alter the internal core code of the SharePoint in any way, it works with SharePoint APIs and uses Microsoft best practices techniques.

you can test that by [Unpublishing] SPARK on any list or library or even retracting it from your farm, and you will see that all the data will still be reserved in the list, and you can work on these data using SharePoint standard New,Edit and display pages.

Therefore, if you immigrate from SharePoint on premise to office 365 there will be no problem at all, even you could use SPARK Forms Builder for Office 365 there.
For more information please watch the follwoing video about SPARK publishing and Auto populate features...

 


 

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Jim Hidson

Hi Sergio,
The answer is absolutely no!​
SPARK works with SharePoint infrastructure as is, and doesn't add any custom columns, events listeners, or alter the internal core code of the SharePoint in any way, it works with SharePoint APIs and uses Microsoft best practices techniques.

you can test that by [Unpublishing] SPARK on any list or library or even retracting it from your farm, and you will see that all the data will still be reserved in the list, and you can work on these data using SharePoint standard New,Edit and display pages.

Therefore, if you immigrate from SharePoint on premise to office 365 there will be no problem at all, even you could use SPARK Forms Builder for Office 365 there.
For more information please watch the follwoing video about SPARK publishing and Auto populate features...

 


 

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