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Develop for SharePoint on Windows 8

Do you like Windows 8 user expirience, as me? Well than you want to try developing sharepoint solutions in Windows 8. Here I will show what I found out.

Environment

I installed Windows 8 Release Preview as a VMWare machine. Then I installed Visual Studio 2012 RC. Then I followed the steps for installing SharePoint on Windows 8 which are more or less the same as for Windows 7 client install. But then I encountered an error I haven’t found solution for yet. In my standalone sharepoint installation there were some permission problems:

Failed to create the configuration database.

An exception of type System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException was thrown. Additional information:
Cannot find the object ‘proc_putDeletedSiteMap’,because it does not exist or you do not have permission.

Plan B

In a meanwhile I tried to just to use Andrew Connell’s trick: to copy sharepoint dlls to GAC and the 14 folder. To extract the sharepoint dlls, you can use a script from sharepoint tech blog:

mkdir c:\temp
[System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint")
[System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal")
[System.Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName("Microsoft.Office.Policy")
[appdomain]::currentdomain.getassemblies() |
where {($_.fullname -match "Microsoft.Office") -OR ($_.fullname –match "Microsoft.SharePoint")} |
copy-item -path {$_.location} -destination c:\temp\ -verbose

Then copy the dlls to gac with gacutil.

This plan B works, but with one shortcoming: you can’t debug, neither you can create new sharepoint solutions, you’ll get an error: “SharePoint Not Installed”.

What you have to do is to open an existing sharepoint solution. And you can build it and publish. After I opened an existing solution in Windows 8, I could create new solutions as well :).

The most awesome feature in Visual Studio 2012 is the ability to publish your projects:

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Publish upgrade on Market – checklist

Here comes my checklist about what has to be done in order to publish an upgrade on Market.

  • get all code from github (git pull origin master)
  • Test the application
  • Change version number in AndroidManifest.xml
  • Commit “version x.x.” and push
  • (Change google map api key in res/layout/main.xml to the prod key)
  • In Eclipse: Project → Clean
  • Right-click on project → Android tools → Export signed… (~/Skrivbord/LUSites-unaligned.apk)
  • Zipalign (e.g.: zipalign -v 4 LUSites-unaligned.apk LUSites-v0.2.7.apk)
  • Publish upgrade on market
  • Save the apk to the archive

 

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