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Windows Application using SP Object Model

  Asked By: Aditiya    Date: Apr 06    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1988

I'm trying to use SP Object Models in my windows application and getting this
runtime error :-
COM object with CLSID {BDEADEBD-C265-11D0-BCED-00A0C90AB50F} is either not
valid or not registered. "
I tried to register using the command at Run---> regsvr32



14 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Siobhan Waller     Answered On: Apr 06

The SP Object Model is only available on the SharePoint 2003 (WSS or
SPS) server itself. If you are developing a Windows client side
application you need to use the web services to interact with

Answer #2    Answered By: Lorenzo Steele     Answered On: Apr 06

what about SP Object Model in c# web
applications(aps.net). Is it possible?

Answer #3    Answered By: Divakar Naik     Answered On: Apr 06

As long as they are running on the same server, yes.

Answer #4    Answered By: Marcus Davis     Answered On: Apr 06

A blurb about this technology I felt should prove


Answer #5    Answered By: Perla Vang     Answered On: Apr 06

Do you have WSS installed on the machine running the code?

Answer #6    Answered By: Sandra Alexander     Answered On: Apr 06

I develop my code in xp pro machine and windows  server 2003 dir. inetpub and
60 are mapped to my computer and i have administrator rights in SPS2003. I'm
sorry i didn't get your question.

Answer #7    Answered By: Nalin Rao     Answered On: Apr 06

You will need to be able to run  code that access the SP Object Model
from a computer running XP, you need to either install Visual Studio
2003 on the server running Sharepoint or install Windows Server 2003 on
your workstation

Answer #8    Answered By: Thomas Davis     Answered On: Apr 06

But I can easily add references to
Microsoft.SharePoint.dll....Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.dll or any other
SharePoint .dll file...and work from XP Pro operating system.

Answer #9    Answered By: Dominic Davis     Answered On: Apr 06

You can add the references and build under XP, yes, but the code will not run.

Answer #10    Answered By: Indu Raj     Answered On: Apr 06

i was not able to install VS .NET and SPS2003 together on Windows Server 2003
operating system. If I remember, I was having the problem of front page
extensions. VS. NET require front page extension where as SPS2003 doesnt
require. I had to something with the virtual server.

Please let me know if I'm saying correctly and please let me how to install both
in Windows Server 2003.

Answer #11    Answered By: Khushi Srivastava     Answered On: Apr 06

You can install VS.Net without FPSE, you'll just get a warning. You can also
temporarily enable them long enough to get VS.Net installed - they are not
required for it to run  if you are just doing SPS development.

Answer #12    Answered By: Arti Patel     Answered On: Apr 06

Just want to make sure..Tomorrow i'll try to install VS.NET with FPSE in WS2003
operating system. Then I'll remove or disable FPSE. and then I'm good to go...
I'm I correct.

Answer #13    Answered By: Claire May     Answered On: Apr 06

YES sounds good then install your Sharepoint system.
Yes you most definitely have to remove the FPSE after
the installation of VS...go ahead and install the C#
if you have it good to have both in case you need it.

Also the permissions etc take a look at


Answer #14    Answered By: Dan Dickerson     Answered On: Apr 06

I already have SPS2003 installed in WS2003 os...I will install VS .net with FPSE
first and then unistall FPSE...and i didn't get by "go ahead and install the
C#"...i'll install complete VS .net

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