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Visual Studio 2010 (Beta) migration tool for VSeWSS SharePoint projects

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Tool that migrates VSeWSS project from Visual Studio 2008 to Visual Studio 2010 (Beta) built in SharePoint project templates. See links for later RTM version.
  • Version:

    1

    File Name:

    VSeWSS_Upgrade_Sample_Beta_20100108.msi

    Date Published:

    11/01/2010

    File Size:

    396 KB

      This tool shows up as a new project template in the SharePoint 2010 folder in Visual Studio 2010. When you create a new project based on this project template you are asked to select a Visual Studio 2008 extensions for SharePoint project file. This can be a .CSPROJ or a .VBPROJ depending on the language you used. The upgrade tool will then create a new Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint project that contains all the elements of the old VSeWSS project. Since the new Visual Studio 2010 project templates are quite different to the old VSeWSS ones you should test your project carefully after upgrading it. This tool is provided as a sample by Microsoft and is not supported by Microsoft Support.
  • Supported Operating System

    Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista

      Visual Studio 2010 Beta SharePoint 2010 Beta
    • Run the installer
      Close down Visual Studio 2010 if it is runing
      Run the contained MSI
      Run DEVENV /installvstemplates from an elevated command prompt
      Review the README which is installed to your All Programs folder under "VSeWSS Upgrade"
      Start Visual Studio 2010
      Create a new project and choose the VSeWSS Import project template from the SharePoint 2010 folder
    • This download is for the Beta of SharePoint 2010. For SharePoint 2010 released version there is a new download. See the links section for information.

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