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Deploywppack: Stsadm operation (Windows SharePoint Services)

SharePoint 2007

Updated: April 26, 2007

Applies To: Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

 

Topic Last Modified: 2007-04-23

Deploys a Web Part package.

stsadm -o deploywppack

   -name <name>

   [-url] <URL name>

   [-time] <time to deploy>

   [-immediate]

   [-local]

   [-lcid] <language>

   [-globalinstall]

   [-force]

 

Parameter

Value

Required?

Description

name

A valid Web Part name, such as “SampleWebPart.wpp”

Yes

Name of the Web Part package

url

A valid URL, such as http://server_name

No

URL of the virtual server to which the Web Part package needs to be deployed.

time

A valid date:time format that is culture-specific to the administrative language, such as “2/16/2007 12:15:12”

The –time parameter is not required if either the immediate or local parameter is specified. Otherwise, the -time parameter is required.

Enables the administrator to schedule the time that the deployment should occur.

If the date time does not parse correctly, the following error message is displayed:

"‘<time user entered>’ is not a valid time format. Deployment was not initiated."

immediate

<none>

No

Causes the deployment to occur immediately after the command is executed.

local

<none>

The -local parameter is not required if either the immediate or time parameter is specified. Otherwise, the -time parameter is required.

Deploys the solution synchronously on the local computer only. The timer service is not used.

A developer must specify the immediate, local, or time parameter. If one of these is not specified, the following error message is displayed:

"Deployment type was not specified. You must specify a deployment to just this server (-local), to all servers in the farm (-immediate), or a delayed deployment to all servers in the farm (-time)."

lcid

A valid locale ID, such as "1033" for English

No

Language locale ID

globalinstall

<none>

No

Specifies that the Web Part package needs to be deployed to the global assembly cache (GAC).

force

<none>

No

Forces deployment of a Web Part package that, when deployed, will overwrite files that have been written by a different Web Part package.

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