An assembly reference often refers to using an assembly dll in a SharePoint custom project. The Microsoft.SharePoint.dll needs to be referenced to use SharePoint classes and methods in a SharePoint custom code development project.

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Using Web services - could not load type

I have written a bridge between my application and the Sharepoint webservices, to return the data to my project in a useful format. However When any line tries to create a new instance of this ...
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HTTP Handler not working for MS office extensions

I am trying to map a custom HTTP handler for *.pptx files and for some reason this is not working. My HTTP handler does nothing else other than sending an email when a powerpoint file is accessed. I ...
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SharePoint 2010: Saving file to local folder: Access Denied

in SharePoint 2010, I created a DLL that I deploy to the GAC. From this assembly, I try to save a file then access the file I just saved in a temporary location, such as C:\temp. Everytime I try to do ...
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SharePoint 2010 still looking for old version of solution assembly

We have a SharePoint 2010 solution developed in Visual Studio, which when deployed adds an assembly to the GAC (let's say MySolution.dll, version = 1.0.0.0). We make some changes and redeploy the ...
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Run an aspx page and have dlls in layouts folder instead of GAC - sharepoint

I have created an asp.net project . i want to run that project in SharePoint (2007) site. unfortunately i have no rights to deploy WSP files in sharepoint server. it is a share hosting. i can access ...
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How to Add Reference for Microsoft.Sharepoint to a Web-Application

Salve! Having created a web-application under the Sharepoint (2010) Site's directory in iis7, I now need to use the assemble microsoft.sharepoint in my web-application. How can I reference that? I ...
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Is it possible to use a DLL in a webpart that does not have a strong name?

My Sharepoint project has a webpart, which references dlls without strong names, which in turn further reference other dlls without strong names. Is it possible to add these dlls to sharepoint ...
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Why does this third-party library throw a FileNotFoundException?

I'm in the process of building a custom web part in Visual Studio 2010 designed simply to report the user ID of anyone who is logged in to one of six computers on my office's network. I have found a ...
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Visual Studio assembly references form common assemblies and SharePoint

I have some logging and other common libraries that i want to use in my SharePoint solutions. These common dlls will be deployed to the GAC, i was thinking of creating a .wsp for them just on there ...
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Assembly binding failure for all old Microsoft.SharePoint (version 12.0.0.0) dlls

My SharePoint 2010 dev box seems to have gone crazy today. I started to get an error when using U2U's CAML builder and trying to connect to a site using the Object Model. The error message is as ...
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The type or namespace name 'X' could not be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?)

I have a weird problem I just can't place. I have a SP 2010 project which contains two sub-projects of type class library (FirstLib and SecondLib). The project build fine, no errors whatsoever, ...
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SharePoint 2010 - Add WebPart reference to PowerShell script

I want to add a new developed WebPart to a SharePoint site with PowerShell. How it is possible to add the WebPart reference from my WebPart to the PowerShell script? $web = Get-SPWeb $urlWeb $...
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Problem with HTTP handler in Sharepoint 2010

I'm developing a visual web part for Sharepoint 2010. This webpart needs to get some data via AJAX. So I went for the HTTP handler + jQuery solution posted here. But I'm getting a problem when trying ...
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Assembly has no strong name though i added dll in advanced Package mode

I want to user Twitterizer for posting Status Updates through a WPF-Form. Since i need the Twitterizer2.dll to do this i first included it and then added it to the package using the advanced package ...
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Deploying DevExpress (third party) controls on SharePoint

I don't know whether anyone is familiar with DevExpress controls, but I am trying to implement their ASPxScheduler within SharePoint. What I have done so far is: Register the required assemblies in ...
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SharePoint 2010 Foundation Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy.dll

Is Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy.dll available with SharePoint 2010 Foundation?
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Multiple solutions using shared DLLs can cause havoc when individual solutions are retracted

Problem: Multiple solutions using shared dll's can cause havoc when individual solutions are retracted. Example: You have a web part helper dll used by all your web part code. If you retract a ...