SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page

SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page

When you select page the URL Parameters for Site Pages, in that page you write REST API jquery and after adding in script editor if you save page API does not work after saving because of Minimal Download Strategy Site Features Active.

After adding in script editor Before saving Page:

 SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page
SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page




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Proposed Solution :

SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page
SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page

To validate if everything was working correctly, deactivate the MDS Feature and access to a SharePoint Page.

Feature go to site Settings -> Manage Site Features – > Find Minimal Download Strategy Feature – > Click on Deactivate.

SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page
SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page

After access the SharePoint page you will be able to see the URL change, it’s not calling “_layouts/15/start.aspx#/” but the correct Page “/sitesPages//POCForDropDown.aspx” and the Ribbon Load correctly.

SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page
SharePoint 2013 Issue Rest API not working after saving page

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I am Developer working on Microsoft Technologies for the past 6+years. I am very much passionate about programming and my core skills are SharePoint, ASP.NET & C#,Jquery,Javascript,REST. I am running this blog to share my experience & learning with the community I am an MCP, MCTS .NET & Sharepoint 2010, MCPD Sharepoint 2010, and MCSD HTML 5,Sharepoint 2013 Core Solutions. I am currently working on Sharepoint 2010, MOSS 2007, Sharepoint 2013,Sharepoint 2013 App Dev, C#, ASP.NET, and SQL Server 2008.

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