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SharePoint 2013 - Change Request Management Template

Posted on 2013-01-16
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I have installed SP2013 with a view to using it fully for the business and with that I have installed the Foundation version and wanted to start with the Change Request MGMT template.

I have created SP-SQL, the first primary Web Application, and also a Team Site Colletion which provides me with a foundation. I have also installed the CRM template locally on the SP server via command line as per MS web advice but when creating a new Site Collection and selecting the Change Mgmt template (Application Template 2010) I receive the following error:

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The field with ID {46b00cd2-bc51-45d8-87e1-68f1be35275f} defined in feature {75a0fea7-cd50-401e-af0e-782f3662a299} was found in the site collection or in a subsite.
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by:KoenVosters
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The change management template is not available for SP2013.
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by:CTCRM
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Is there anyway round this or will I have to start from scratch and run with SP 2010?
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The template was actually build for SP2007 as part of the fabulous 40. Some people made it work wit SP2010 but it was never an "official release".

My advise would be to create the template yourself on top of SP2013. It will not only allow you to figure out how SharePoint works, reacts and how to make templates, but will also have you do that in the latest version available at the moment.

Here at experts-exchange, when you are stuck with trying to achieve that, you can still create new questions on how to reach a specific functionality within your template.
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