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You need to follow an upgrade process for the app. For an update, you use the same product ID in the app manifest that you used for the original version. The version number in the app manifest should be greater than the version number of the original app or the most recent update. See more at: ...


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Thanks to everyone of you. I just put it all together ... #remove any sitecollection that is not found in the sitemap $database = Get-SPContentDatabase -WebApplication "http://mywebapp" #or just $database = @{name="MyContentDatabaseName"} Foreach ($DBname in $database.name){ #"stsadm -o enumallwebs" gives back an XML which we can parse for the orphaned ...


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While developing the apps in development environment you can use SPFastDeploy tool to make the updates with out redeploying everything. In case of production you can try to use the UpgradedEventEndpoint web service to preserve the data. ...


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Finally had some time to test it and here's the sad result from a Test-SPContenDatabase PowerShell command. It is not blocking of the upgrade, but the upgrade process upgrades all sites to an SP2010 look, so there's no way of keeping the V3 look. I've also tried to update the SPWeb's UIVersion field after the upgrade, but no luck with either PowerShell or ...



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