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Below is your answer of your questions so how i need to assign their IDs ? can i enter whatever numbers i want ? Answer: You can assign any IDs to field but note that you should not use same id for two fields. Generally we should use "Create GUID" tool of Visual Studio (Tools => Create GUID => Select Registory Format) to generate random GUID second ...


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You cannot make changes to a already compiled WSP file. You need to have the Visual Studio Project instead. This Visual Studio Project packages all the assets to a WSP add the compiled dlls and every thing else. I highly recommend tho read the basic information on the MSDN Create SharePoint Solutions first.


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Got the solution Open the file "wss.xsd" at below path "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\XML" Find all xs:anyAttribute namespace="##other" processContents="lax" in the file and verify that it is the last child if not move it to the last position . see below piece of code. <xs:attribute name="PrependId" ...



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