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Their are two ways to completely remove it. Use Central admin. go to central admin >System Settings -> Manage farm solutions. On this Page, click on the solution which you want to remove. 1st retract it,then remove it. Use PowerShell [Uninstall-SPSolution][1] –Identity SPSoltion.wsp [Remove-SPSolution][1] –Identity SPSolution.wsp At the end, ...


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Download Telerik Just Decomplier from here http://www.telerik.com/products/decompiler.aspx Copy the WSP and change one of the copies WSP extension a CAB extension. Copy all of the files to a directory. Decompile the Dll and save it to a project. In visual studio 2013 ultimate create a new sharepoint project from an existing project and use the unchanged ...


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To completely remove a solution: Deactivate all features brought by this solution, in all site collections/sites it may be activated in. From CA, choose Retract from the WSP details page. If it is a per-Web app WSP (as opposed to a globally-deployed WSP), choose "All content Web applications". Wait (refresh the page) till it's marked "not deployed" ...


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When you install a WSP package, there's two steps: Add-SPSolution (can be done only from PowerShell): this simply uploads the WSP file into the config database. Nothing really happens from the point-of-view of SP servers. Install-SPSolution (can be done also from the UI): this actually tells all SP servers in the farm to get the WSP from the config and ...


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Retract is "uninstall this solution" Remove is "delete the installer files" Note that even removing a solution completely some artifacts may remain in your environment, you might need to manually remove those, things like Modules (files copied to the Content Database, like the Master Page Folder) are not usually removed unless coded that way.


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Custom Site Templates do not appear in Central Administration. Instead, you click on the Custom tab and create your Site Collection. From there, it will prompt for the template you want to use after the Site Collection has been created.


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If coding is option, Then you can create a timer job or console application and then schedule it to run daily. It will check whether today is review date and update the status accordingly. The code will be something like below using (SPSite site = new SPSite("Your site URL")) { using (SPWeb myweb = site.OpenWeb()) { SPList olist = ...


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Using a workflow, you can set an action to Pause Until Date. In the date field, use your Review Date or a variable that is set to Review Date. Basic workflow logic: Pause Until Review Date If Review Status = New Set Review Status = Review Needed Little more info on the topic: "Pause until Date" workflows unable to handle changing ...


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How about you rename the two .wsp files to be .cab files, extract all contents by "extract all" or double clicking in Explorer, selecting all files, and copying them to another directory, and then using a tool like Beyond Compare to compare all the files?


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I have found a way. I needed to create a sandboxed solution, then add files to feature and set in XML that javascript has to be deployed in masterpages folder. then just deploy and activate solution and JSlink file will be added into scripts in masterpage code.


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If you want to attach a CSR file via JSLink to all existing views, you will have to use a feature event receiver to access the views through code and automate that process. If you want to attach a CSR file via JSLink to a view that is on some new content that is being deployed as part of the WSP, you can do so via the JSLink element in a view definition. ...


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Yes I accept your fact Evariste , I also checked around for some of the tools that can perform the comparison of the files but they too compare only the size of the file and other parameters that visible to normal eye (physical props of the file), what I literally wanted is to disassemble the wsp file and get the details required, so it seems it is not ...


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Your point is actually about comparing two binary files. First, obviously, you can compare exact size of the files: if they don't match, you know they're different. But the best would be to use any binary file comparator, like seen in http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8166697/tool-for-comparing-2-binary-files-in-windows. That would immediately tell ...



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