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Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint Development

Posted By:      Posted Date: November 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Do I need to install SP2010 on the machine where I will be using visual studio 2010 in order to use the dev tools for SharePoint? I assume it's yes. However, I was able to open an existing SharePoint project even though I did not have SP 2010 on the machine...how was that possible?

If I try to create a new empty sharepoint project., I get an error saying I need to "A sharepoint server is not installed on this computer. A sharepoint must be installed to work with sharepoint projects"

how come i was able to open an existing sharepoint project which someone else created on their machine?




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