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Uff... figured it out! On Application Page in PlaceHolderMain add the folowing code: <SharePoint:FeatureLinkSections runat="server" ID="mrxPP" CellPadding="4" CellSpacing="4" Location="mrxpp.Administration.Default" LinkSectionControl="LinkSectionLevel2.ascx" /> The location, which you define here is the new location, where you can ...


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Please check the below link. SDK for SharePoint 2013 http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/confirmation.aspx?id=30722


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Visual studio introduces a lot of changes to the OS, including the installation of many DLLs that wont make their way into a production environment. If all you want is to Debug, you can Debug Remotely by copying the remote debug folder from a visual studio installation into the server and attaching to the process remotely. It can be troublesome at times, ...


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I've done some extensive research on this issue and I finally have a working solution. I've done the same as @tomvanderhoek, i.e. installed VS 2013 side by side with VS 2012. This is a bad idea if you're developing workflows. For a reason specified on another thread (Retract WSP in VS 2013 - Delete Content Types) I cannot use VS 2013. So I rolled back to VS ...


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It depends on what kind of changes you need to introduce. There are several ways to customize a SharePoint Online site and they have different scope of influence: Masterpage For an existing site collection you may need to change the masterpage. Master pages provide the look and feel for all of the pages in your site. By changing the styles or content of ...


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I would crawl the list (best case is create a new content type for the list item.) Then create a display template that shows the details you prefer and associate a Result Type rule for the content type to show the display template.


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The list template Id was incorrect. For some reason it was stated as '1230' which I'm still unsure to what that is but I've changed it to 100 and 107 respectively.


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Your code works fine! it produces the correct result on VS, group MyName​and MyName match just copied and pasted code! You need to put a break point on this line: if (strName == ConstantHelper.List.MYNAME) and step into the next line, then see why its a missmatch, hover over the two your comparing to see whats being outputted! I bet if you did ...


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== is like ReferenceEquals, use Equals instead: if (object.Equals(strName, ConstantHelper.List.MYNAME)) or if (strName.Equals(ConstantHelper.List.MYNAME)) See this article: stackoverflow.com/questions/3678792


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its not hitting as its based on the older OWSTIMER!!!! firstly deploy your solution. Once deployed goto your service in services.msc and look for your timer service to restart. on 2010 it looks like: sharepoint 2010 timer service. right click and select restart. now your timer service would stop and restart loading the new changes or addition you have ...


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This is a common VS issue that we see usually. Make sure that you are attaching to the appropriate running instance of w3wp.exe while debugging. If the issue is still there, restart Visual Studio, clean-up, build and redeploy the Event Handler and then debug. Worked perfect for me.


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Create a SharePoint Empty Project. Then Add Empty Element. Update the contents of the xml file. An example: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/"> <CustomAction RegistrationType="ContentType" ...


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It depends. If you're going to deploy the wsp from vs than you need to open it as administrator because it need the system account. So you won't be able to debug 😣 While if you want to just build or publish the solution than its not needed.


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Not, for do work in SharePoint from Visual Studio is required have install SharePoint (2010, 2013) in you local machine. For know how to install SharePoint in Windows 7/8 read this: Installing Sharepoint 2013 Windows 7


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you mvc applications web.config would have replaced the sharepoint web.config.


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In order to develop SharePoint solutions (farm or sandboxed), you must have SharePoint server installed. You can develop SharePoint apps without SharePoint Server, but you may need the Office Developer Tools, depending on your version of Visual Studio (the latest version of 2013 may have them installed already). SharePoint 2013 does not support Windows ...


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Victor Wilén did a pretty good writeup on the SharePoint project that I have found applicable in my work situtations. The template was an output of a collaborative conference, held in London couple of years ago. THe creation of the template involved several Microsoft MVP's, including: Andrew Connell, Ben Robb, Eric Schupps, Matthew McDermott, Mirjam van ...


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My project was not very large so I recreated it in VS13. After that I everything worked fine


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I face the same issue after installing recommend MS Updates. It seams there is issue with recent MS update for SharePoint i.e. KB2880998 Hotfix to fix the issue is : KB2880963 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2880963) It has resolved my issue.



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