A Practical Guide to SharePoint 2013

A Practical Guide to SharePoint 2013
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Thursday, October 6, 2011

SharePoint Solution Deployment (Via LiamCleary )

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“One thing that I have always had long discussions with is the deployment and packaging process for SharePoint. On one side of the fence I think that the WSP deployment process is fantastic and a great way to ensure consistency of code and asset deployment. One of the issues I face really comes down to the balance of ease of deployment with a single solution package or breaking out the components into separate solution package files. During Wayne's session at #SPC11 this morning the suggestion was made to perhaps break away from the single WSP approach and break items out into multiple to facilitate and easier upgrade process. So what do you think? Well I decided to raise a few questions and sent a survey via twitter asking anyone to complete it so I could see what people thought about this. The questions I sent out were as follows:”

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1 comment:

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