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Go to Package.package in your project and double-click it. Click the "Advanced" tab Click "Add" and "Add Existing Assembly.." Click the "triple-dots (...)" Navigate to your project folder and then to the .dll in the bin-folder and click "Open" That should be it


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The only solution to this was to change the dev server to use Host Named Site Collections. We exported the (path based) Site Collection and then reimported it using the Backup-SPSite/Restore-SPSite powershell from here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc424952.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396 We were then able to produce WSPs which the ...


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You can tell the status of a deployment by observing combined values of the Deployed and JobExists properties of the SPSolution object. SPSolution.Deployed True - Solution is deployed False - Solution is not deployed SPSolution.JobExists True - A retract/deploy job exists for this solution. False - No job It's important to check both of these properties ...


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The SharePoint Timer Windows Service (SPTimerV4) may be holding a copy of your DLL in memory and you need to flush it by restarting that Windows service.


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Going further in the logs and in the template file, i noticed that the columns using this $Resources:core,True_Unless_Jpn; are located in the following content types: <ContentType ID="0x0116" Name="East Asia Contact" <FieldRef ID="{fdc8216d-dabf-441d-8ac0-f6c626fbdc24}" Name="LastNamePhonetic" Required="FALSE" Hidden="$Resources:core,True_Unless_Jpn" ...


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Retract Solution fires off the Uninstall process of the WSP package from the farm. It's equivalent to the Uninstall-SPSolution PowerShell command and the opposite of the Install-SPSolution command. Remove Solution is the equivalent of the Remove-SPSolution PowerShell command and is the opposite of the Add-SPSolution command. It can be seen as deleting the ...


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Can you try this: Go to Central administration -> Application Management-> Database -> Manage Content Database. Select the required web application and click on Add Content Database. Give the name to this database. Now restore the site collection to this database using Restore PowerShell Command: Restore-SPSite http://sitename/sites/site_name -Path ...



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