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answered Getting “Error 1706. An installation package for the product Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 1033 Lang Pack cannot be found”
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revised SPLimitedWebPartManager throwing “File is not checked out” error on AddWebPart and DeleteWebPart
removed text stating that I will post the answer
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answered SPLimitedWebPartManager throwing “File is not checked out” error on AddWebPart and DeleteWebPart
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revised SPLimitedWebPartManager throwing “File is not checked out” error on AddWebPart and DeleteWebPart
fixed error
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revised foreach “Webs” works on dev but not in staging
improved formatting of code
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comment Invalid URL error when programmatically deploying files to the Style Library using a Module
@Diptarag Yes, I did resolve the issue. Sorry for the delay in posting the answer.
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accepted Invalid URL error when programmatically deploying files to the Style Library using a Module
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answered Invalid URL error when programmatically deploying files to the Style Library using a Module
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comment Invalid URL error when programmatically deploying files to the Style Library using a Module
Answer coming in 8 hours... I can direct message additional information to anyone who needs it sooner or if someone with more status can add the links/extra info for me, it would be greatly appreciated.
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asked Invalid URL error when programmatically deploying files to the Style Library using a Module
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comment When does SharePoint check out files when “Require documents to be checked out before they can be edited?” set to Yes?
I've looked at SPFile.Lock() previously and from what I understood this would work similarly to checkout, wouldn't it? In which case I would no doubt encounter the same issue where SharePoint is checking out the files before my processing code manually does so if I forced the documents to be checked out, correct? I'm assuming the problem is to do with placement of the code to check out. I loop through the files in my document library and perform checkout on each one before opening them (and checkin as I finish with each file)