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Must one know and use code to upload and activate a 2010 SP .wsp file to SharePoint Online? I have a local server housed SP site I created at another location that I'd like to move to my Office365 account. I have created the .wsp file (titled Test.wsp). However, when I upload and try to activate the .wsp file I get

"Sorry, something went wrong This site template doesn't work with the current version of SharePoint."

  • Does this solution contain any managed code (i.e. C# or VB)? – Rob Windsor Feb 20 '17 at 20:09
  • No. I don't know code. Everything I've created in the SP 2010 site is 'plug and play', right out of SP 2010. – Curtis Feb 20 '17 at 20:17
  • Did you create the WSP using Visual Studio? – Rob Windsor Feb 21 '17 at 11:19
  • Had a SharePoint developer make the .wsp for me. Not sure what was used to create the template. – Curtis Feb 22 '17 at 1:04
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You should be aware of the Office 365 SharePoint Online sandboxed solution has been deprecated as mentioned at Removing Code-Based Sandbox Solutions in SharePoint Online.

So In this case, your WSP file will not work with SharePoint Online, you Should try to convert the WSP solution to SharePoint Add-In that has the following features:

  • Add-ins can be developed on both SharePoint Online and in On-Premise offerings.
  • Add-ins don't have custom code that runs on the SharePoint servers. Almost all major types of SharePoint components can be part of a SharePoint Add-in, including pages, lists, workflows, custom content types, list templates, Web Parts, and more.
  • There are two basic kinds of SharePoint Add-ins —
    • SharePoint-hosted and
    • provider-hosted.
  • Add-in can be published to Microsoft’s public SharePoint store or hosted in a private store.
  • Provide you with the simplest marketing and sales system based on a Microsoft online add-in store.
  • Maximize your flexibility in developing future upgrades.
  • Maximize your ability to take advantage of your existing non-SharePoint programming skills.

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