- How do I deploy a SharePoint 2010 Solution or WSP file?
- How do I create my SharePoint 2010 WSP file?
- Where is my SharePoint 2010 WSP file?
If you’re looking for a great starter project for SharePoint, why not try your hand at Creating a custom Web Part? Generating WSP:The first step is to build your project. So, right click on your project/solution in Visual Studio and choose “Build.” Now depending on your configuration, you’re either going to be building to a debug or release directory. Whatever your scenario is, browse to that location on your hard drive (either of these two directorys will be located in . Your directory should look something like this to the left. There should be, at least, an assembly dll and your .wsp file. From this point onward, you’ll only need that .wsp file. For the sake of keeping things short, let’s move this file to a directory. Adding WSP:Deploying the Solution:
- You have a Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint project set up and ready to go.
- The project compiles.
- Are able to use powershell.
Overview:Here’s a quick overview of what we’ve learned with a few more tidbit commands you’ll probably need along the way:
Here’s a quick overview of what we’ve learned with a few more tidbit commands you’ll probably need along the way: