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Posted on 2006-11-15
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Hey Winzig or anyone else,
I created a template (Template2), and successfully ran the stsadm tool.. When I went to Admin -> Manage SPS -> Site Provisioning.. It was in the Templates dropdown along with the Project Workspace.  

I tried to change to a second custom template by running the -o addtemplate and only the First two (Project Workspace and Template2) showed up, not the third one (NewTemplate).

So I went back and I ran the -o deletetemplate -t Template2 and deletetemplate -t NewTemplate and then ran an -enumtemplates and none were listed.

So I then tried the -o addtemplate -filename c:\blah\newtemplate.stp -t NewTemplate and it said it ran successfully again, and I did the IISRESET and it still only shows "Project Workspace" template in the Site Provisioning.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
MS
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by:mschwade
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Is there such things as unusable templates???  It seems when I addtemplate on the one it always appears in the dropdown, and with the other one it never does.
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Did  your created template  on the same WSS server, and was ths template based on Project Workspace ?

please run
stsadm -o enumtemplates
again and put there the output.


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I don't know if I did it based on Project Workspace, here is my enum return:

Template_New - Language: 1033 - Site Template: _GLOBAL_#1 - Template Id: 1
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Okay, figured it out.  Template was not based on Project Workspace so you were right.
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