04-21-2020 06:28 PM
04-21-2020 06:28 PM
We are planning to implement SharePoint 2019 on-prem to replace the existing SP 2010 intranet. we have a few SP visual webparts with SQL data sources that were build using VB.net . we like to know if it is possible to migrate SP2010 .wsp solution to SP2019 (webpart -server-side /Client side) or any clear guidelines/instructions on how to develop visual webpart solutions (with SQL database) for SP 2019 on-premise.
I do apologize for my lack of understanding of all this different framework. Thanks in advance
04-22-2020 10:35 AMSolution
04-22-2020 03:03 PM - edited 04-22-2020 03:32 PM
Thanks for your valuable reply. looks like it is over complicated what SP2010 used to do. simply develop and hosting solutions for business with any databases.
it's really frustrating Microsoft overkill product without any road map. I’m not sure what is going be the reaction from millions of businesses and developers spend time and money into Microsoft now they can’t do very simple basic solutions without over complicating.
also, I can’t find any MS guideline (look like no one knows in MS)or step by step documentation for how to develop SP 2019 Hosted APP that’s work with external API without using beloved azure.
Appreciate if you can provide any documentation.
Thanks again for your reply
04-22-2020 04:04 PM
04-22-2020 04:54 PM
@Joel Rodrigues Thanks for your reply and the link. looks like lost of issues getting user authenticated to start with. it's using stage hammer to crack an egg.
I'm only looking at Sp2019 On-premise server farm not SP online (cloud ) !
we don't see any use case going with cloud for webpart we have with all the limitations red tag with SPOnline .that's why most of the businesses like us stay away from SP online.
with new SP2019 On-premise we though we have a hope to migrate aging Intranet but it seems that it just falls hope and not worth investing time and money on MS making over complex and hard manage solutions for an organization like us.
anyway, thanks for your valuable reply.