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I have recently built a SharePoint 2013 farm and have migrated the content of a SharePoint 2010 environment mainly the ContentDB for the Intranet Web App into SharePoint 2013 via the database attach/detach method.

All the content is there and the environment is up and running. I did get the usual errors to do with missing features, web parts which are referenced in the migrated database but are not yet present/deployed in the 2013 environment.

In any case I know that SharePoint 2013 includes the 14.0 a hive for compatibility with SharePoint 2010.

Are the SharePoint 2010 WSPs normally deployed as per usual in SharePoint 2013 (using Add-SPSolution)? Do any modifications need to be made to the WSPs before deploying? or does it automatically get deployed to the correct hive (14.0 in this case)?

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Yes, you deploy farm solutions in the same way as you did in SharePoint 2010 using the Add-SPSolution and Install-SPSolution cmdlets. SharePoint 2013 will automatically handle deploying to the appropriate hive.

So you know, you can also deploy the solutions before performing the database attach and the errors/warnings about missing features shouldn't happen thus making it easier to see the more serious errors.

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Thanks, yes in hind site I should have done that first but deploying the WSPs should get rid of the errors (fingers crossed). –  Dev P Mar 14 '13 at 17:05

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