SharePoint 2010 Deploy BDC Model on Foundation with Visual Studio

Information about integrating external data into SharePoint are available all over the web. You normally create a visual studio project, create your bdc model and deploy it to your SharePoint Server. That’s fine if you are using SharePoint Standard or Enterprise licence / version. But if you’re working with the SharePoint Foundation version it throws errors at deployment that it can’t find / failed to load receiver assembly. In that case you need to write a feature event receiver which deploys the bdc model to your SharePoint Foundation Server.

Microsoft published a site where you can download the code for the feature event receiver (Publish BDC Model project to SharePoint Foundation 2010 with Visual Studio 2010).
And if you are now expecting a super description or instruction on how to get through it, you won’t find it in this post. Somebody else did it already and i just link to that post which is great and helped me: Deploy a BDC Model project to SharePoint Foundation 2010 using Visual Studio 2010

After that it should work and the bdc model is deployed to your SharePoint Foundation Server.


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Karsten Schneider
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He is Consultant for SharePoint Solutions for collaboration, communication and business processes. He provides his customers applications based on standard features as well as development or combining the power of several microsoft tools like Dynamics CRM. In his free time he tries to collect tipps and worthy experience in this blog.

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