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I try to deploy a webpart solution. I execute in sharepoint 2010 management shell all steps to upload and implement.

  1. add-spsolution c:\site\subwebs.wsp. This execute wit out problem.
  2. install-spsolution -identity subwebs.wsp -webapplication http://sp2010 -gacdeployment -force.
  3. Update-SPSolution –Identity SharePointProject2.wsp –LiteralPath c:site\subwebs.wsp –GACDeployment

after review with get-spsolution the solution do not deployed.

name         Solutionid             Deployed
----         ----------             --------
subwebs      "id"                   false

I Review all events but don't find any errors.

Please help.

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Do you see any error when you go to Solution Store?

What are the contents of your WSP file, is there a feature which is not supported on a particular scope.

I am sure there must be some installation errors, do review the ULS log.

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No errors on solution. Where is located ULS logs? –  Ulises Fernandes Mar 29 '12 at 3:25
    
its usually in the 14\Logs folder (unless you have specified a different location for logs) –  Sudhir Kesharwani Mar 29 '12 at 3:46
    
you can download ULS Log Viewer from codeplex ulsviewer.codeplex.com –  Prashant Lakhlani Mar 29 '12 at 3:48

In your step 2 you should not use -force as it means "if any error continue and don't show them"
Your Step 3 should not be executed as there is no need to upgrade to the same version which has just been deployed. This is only for when you get a new version.

So try to run the right step 2:

install-spsolution -identity subwebs.wsp -webapplication http://sp2010 -gacdeployment

It might be a good idea to have ULS viewer running at the same time to see if anything is logged. I recommend using this ULS viewer not the one from codeplex

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