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run vs as admin and make sure you belong to wss_admin_wpg make sure you have the right url under siteurl of the project (F4) check the output tab for eventual deployment errors make sure you are admin on the site you are deploying to restart sptimer and spadmin services and remove the solution before retrying finally, check your deployment actions in the ...


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This error happens if you deploy a solution which contains a visual web part to a different web application on the same farm as the web application where it is already installed. In other words, you have two web applications, A and B on the same SharePoint farm. You want to deploy solution S which contains a visual web part to web application B, but it is ...


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Is your Visual Studio fully updated? The following link is for 2013 version but it seems to have encountered exactly the same error: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/733af28d-7a01-487b-822b-36bfc095fac9/workflow-debugging-prerequisites-failed-to-complete-vs2013-autohosted-app?forum=sharepointdevelopment Have a look at the following ...


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This is the answer I came up with, but it is not at the efficiency I was hoping for. I will up vote and mark as answer anything faster that someone can come up with that I can get working. List<SPListItem> emailList = (from SPListItem item in list.Items where item["Status"].ToString() == "Unprocessed" && ...


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In this case I would use a custom IEqualityComparer. First, you would need to make the equality comparer: public class MyCustomEqualityComparer : IEqualityComparer<SPListItem> { public bool Equals(SPListItem x, SPListItem y) { if (x["User"].ToString() == y["User"].ToString() && x["Subject"].ToString() == ...


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webpart is a simple class. Visual Web Part is a partial class which has markup. This markup is compiled into the assembly. Visual Web Part (farm only) is a class which has reference to the user control. This control is deployed to the SharePoint root.


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I hope by now you should have got your answer. In case not, below is the solution of the same. I am posting this now as I just now ran into the same problem, but fortunately, I could come out of it pretty quickly,and I think it would be helpful to all other developers like us. Follow the below steps: Go to Solution Explorer on Visual Studio Open the ...


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I think you need to manually add the file to your Visual studio project so that it will travel with the test through your source control system.


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check this post, this will give you couple of options to download the files from SharePoint. You can use the Rest, CSOM. Check the last reply on the post. Here are couple of blogs, which will give you direction. Programmatically download a SharePoint document library in .NET ...



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