Morten B. Post

Hi,

I've installed the SDKs mentioned above, but I'll still missing all the assemblies such as Microsoft.Sharepoint - they simply do not exist anywhere. As far as I can see the only thing it has installed is a bunch of documentation and some code examples.

Can anyone help me out

Thanks in advance



Re: SharePoint - General Question and Answers and Discussion WSS 3.0 & MS Office Sharepoint Server SDKs

dlgross

To add a reference to the Microsoft.SharePoint assembly

  1. In Solution Explorer, right-click the project, and then click Add Reference on the shortcut menu.

  2. On the .NET tab of the Add Reference dialog box, select Windows SharePoint Services in the list of components, and then click OK.

    To run or debug code that uses the Microsoft.SharePoint assembly, you must run the code on the server running Windows SharePoint Services. If you are using Visual Studio 2005 on a remote computer, you cannot run or debug code that uses the object model. However, you can set a remote reference to the assembly to write code and see the Microsoft.SharePoint assembly represented in the Code Editor. To add a remote reference in this way, do the following:

    • Click the Browse tab and navigate to Microsoft.SharePoint.dll in Local_Drive\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\ISAPI folder on the server running Windows SharePoint Services. You may instead want to copy Microsoft.SharePoint.dll from this folder to a local drive on the remote computer, and then open this local copy of the DLL. Click Open.





Re: SharePoint - General Question and Answers and Discussion WSS 3.0 & MS Office Sharepoint Server SDKs

Morten B. Post

Like I said. They don't exist on my system! Smile



Re: SharePoint - General Question and Answers and Discussion WSS 3.0 & MS Office Sharepoint Server SDKs

infomaven

Yes, I'd be very interested in this as well. I have all the subdirectories up to ISAPI in that path you described previously.





Re: SharePoint - General Question and Answers and Discussion WSS 3.0 & MS Office Sharepoint Server SDKs

VetteKerry

The SDKs don't install the DLLs

You have to get the DLLs from a server with WSS 3.0 or MOSS installed on it.