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Hello friends,

I want to develop sharepoint webParts on my development machine. My machine has Windows 7, VS 2005 and VS 2008 installed. What extra I would required to develop sharepoint webparts. I tried to dowload sharepoint development SDK 3.0, but it now worked. I am unable to find Microsoft.SharePoint dll on my machine. We have 3-4 developers working on webparts, so Its not possible to install sharepoint server on developers machine.

any help!
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by:Yagya Shree
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WSPBuilder (SharePoint WSP tool)
http://wspbuilder.codeplex.com/

SharePoint Solutions Manager - WSP Manager
http://solutionmanager.codeplex.com/

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these are open source, I am looking something from microsoft.
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codeplex is a site where the solution are provided by MS developers on as it is basis. So its okay to use them. I am not sure if microsoft has something similar provided for free. but try your luck. cheers.
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this article talks about the requirements (look at the Setting up the Development Environment section):
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms564508.aspx

"The supported approach for setting up your Web Part development environment is to develop locally on an Office SharePoint Server 2007 server."

so you'll need to figure out a way to have sharepoint installed.  one method is to remote to the sharepoint server.  or install sharepoint on a VM.

see here for instructions + an example using Visual Studio:
http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/Section/Developing-SharePoint-2007-Web-Parts.id-306330.html
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I found that usign Windows Server 2003 onwards required to develop sharepoint webparts.
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Thanks all for your help.
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