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The answers to this are quite large so I will link to some appropriate info that will hopefully get you pointed in the right direction. Your best bet would be to implement this as a provider hosted add-in, this will allow you to do whatever you want with your solution but still allow it to leverage much of SharePoint functionality (including the UI, should ...


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You can try two method. Use "Save as Template" feature to save that list as template( unchecked the include content). Then download the template, and move to 2nd farm. Now upload the Template to the site collection and activate it, Lastly create the List using that template. also look this http://blogs.interfacett.com/sharepoint-2010-saving-a-custom-list-...


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Turns out it is quite simple. Instead of removing the wsp and reinstalling it, all you need to do is update the Web Part Properties in the Web Parts Gallery. Follow these steps to change the category of an existing web part. Site Actions (The Gear Icon) > Site Settings Click Web Parts under the Web Designer Galleries. Locate the web part you need to ...


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I am getting exception on below line DesignPackage.Install(context, context.Site, info, fileRelativePath); Exception : An exception of type 'Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ServerException' occurred in Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll but was not handled in user code Additional information: Cannot find stub for type with id "{d21214d9-63f5-488b-a665-...


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I think these steps will help to update it. Complete Uninstall the Solution( deactivate, Uninstall and Remove) Reset IIS Reset the SharePoint admin and Timer Service. Deploy new Solution Test now.



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