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The restored workflow can be started by any user having the Edit Items permission on the list where the workflow is. To edit the workflow, users with Manage Lists permission can change the workflow. It doesn’t matter who created the workflow, it will still be in place and functioning even if your user doesn’t exist in the production environment. To add a ...


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I have resolved it!! As powershell did not help me. I have nothing left other than manually digging database. So I have searched WSS_Content database and found those entries in WSS_Content.dbo.CustomActions table. Removing those fixed the issue. We have deleted entries whose FeatureId is 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000 Not sure if this is the ...


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We also faced this issue. To resolve this, after deployment we went to site collection feature, deactivated that feature and again activated the feature. This solved the issue for us.


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We had the same issue in recent past, where our team updating a wsp but for some reason it was not updating it properly. We tried. remove the solution completely and redeploy it. reset IIS. ON/Off it is working n not. But one thing we noticed if we reboot the server then it updated. Finally with the help of MS, we figured out what's happening. even we ...


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I'm also relatively new to SharePoint development, but will try share some of my experience. :) When I created new code/functionality to a site, I make sure that I 'deactivate' the webpart/feature, then under your Admin Settings I retract the solution from the farm. Before I package the solution in Visual Studio, I update both the .feature title and ...


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I faced the same problem, but couldn't install Search Server Express (won't install on Windows 7) nor could I install SharePoint 2010 (not Foundation) to copy the required DLLs. OS: Windows 7 Professional VS: Visual Studio Professional 2013 SP: SharePoint Foundation 2010 My steps to get this working: Download Search Server Express Extract: ...



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