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SPWebCast 019 - Deep dive into feature versioning and upgrade support in SharePoint 2010

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In this web cast Jeremy Thake presents the new SharePoint 2010 Versioning in Visual Studio 2010 and PowerShell. Ths prsentation was facilitated at the Australian SharePoint Conference 2010 in Sydney.

Slide Deck
 Updated Slide Deck [15 Aug 2011]

Updated PowerShell Demo Scripts

Click here to watch it as a screencast
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<UpgradeActions>
    <VersionRange BeginVersion="0.0.0.0" EndVersion="1.0.0.0">
      <ApplyElementManifests>
        <ElementManifest Location="Newfield\Elements.xml" />
      </ApplyElementManifests>
      <AddContentTypeField
        ContentTypeId="0x01008fe82614693d490c97402f2135091f27"
        FieldId="{B66DB48F-EA17-4287-B1DE-1409DB073C5B}"
        PushDown="true" />
    </VersionRange>
    <VersionRange BeginVersion="1.0.0.0" EndVersion="2.0.0.0">
      <CustomUpgradeAction Name="Upgrade1.0.0.0To2.0.0.0" />
    </VersionRange>
    <VersionRange BeginVersion="2.0.0.0" EndVersion="3.0.0.0">
      <ApplyElementManifests>
        <ElementManifest Location="StyleSheet\Elements.xml" />
      </ApplyElementManifests>
    </VersionRange>
    <VersionRange BeginVersion="3.0.0.0" EndVersion="4.0.0.0">
      <MapFile FromPath="StyleSheet\Sample.txt" ToPath="SPDevWiki\Sample.txt" />
    </VersionRange>
  </UpgradeActions>


External Resources

wss.made4the.net
My Delicious Links
SharePoint.Microsoft.com
SharePoint 2010 Developer Resources
Upgrading Custom Solutions
SharePoint Patterns & Practices Group (SPG)
Getting Started in SharePoint 2010 development
Building a SharePoint 2010
SPDevWikiWeb Cast
Running SharePoint 2010

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kcobb@riverainc.com

Re: SPWebCast 019 - Deep dive into feature versioning and upgrade support in SharePoint 2010

Thanks a lot Jeremy. Best presentation on the UPDATE capability of SP 2010. Not sure if you're willing to field questions on this or not, but here it goes. I have a functioning site with custom fields, content types, lists instances and list templates. I can successfully update the feature that contains these structures, but I have run into a brick wall. If I add a new field (this field flows to a custom content type which is used by a custom list template, all defined in my feature), after the update, I cannot create a new list from this list template. I get a blow up. Actually, the list is created but it throws an exception (I don't have the stack trace with me now, but if you are interested, I can add it here). Hard to tell if this is a BUG or if I've done something wrong in my update. Anyhow, thanks for the demo. 

Posted 09-Jul-2010 by kcobb@riverainc.com
Jeremy Thake

Re: SPWebCast 019 - Deep dive into feature versioning and upgrade support in SharePoint 2010

Sure, attach it to the comments when you get access to it.

Posted 10-Jul-2010 by Jeremy Thake
odkwakdokw@harakirimail.com

Screecast not available

Unfortunately, I can't play or download the screencast as the files no longer seem to be available. Can they be reuploaded or is there somewhere else we can view the video?

Posted 12-Feb-2014 by odkwakdokw@harakirimail.com

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