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Problems with Sharepoint 2007 page layout deployment after changing a file name.

Posted on 2010-09-16
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I changed the name of a an aspx file for a page layout, built the project successfully, and attemted to deploy the wsp file via stsadm. I get the error below, even though I checked the manifest and the makecab file and there is NO reference to "LargeStoreContentPage.aspx" there. The new file name is referenced properly in the manifest. What is going on, and how do I fix this?

The error message:
Error: Cannot find this file specified in the manifest file: PageLayouts\PageLayouts\LargeStoreContentPage.aspx
DeploymentFiles\Infrastructure.wsp: The Solution installation failed.
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by:MikelHensley
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BTW, I made the appropriate updates to the Elements and Feature files, so I don't think the issue is there.
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rseabird earned 500 total points
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Did you try to completely remove the solution from you SharePoint environment, do an iisreset, and install you new version of the feature?
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by:MikelHensley
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I had retracted the solution. I was able to undo the changes since I am working on a VM (i just closed without saving changes). This morning I tried removing the solution completely and redeploying, and it worked.
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