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Old July 2nd, 2010, 01:55 PM
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Default Deploy Event Receiver To Sandboxed Solution

Hi. I am working with Sharepoint Foundation 2010 on both my development and production machines. My production site is hosted. I am trying to deploy a sandboxed event receiver to the production site which is hosted. I have VS 2010, but only on the dev machine. The event receiver works on the dev machine, but not on the hosted server. I have verified that the feature is activated. The only diffence that I made in the solution was to change the URL to point to the online site. After deploying the solution to my hard drive, I uploaded it to the online site and activated it. I have checked spelling. There are no error messages, it just doesn't work. Is it possible to debug a solution when the site is hosted and they don't have Visual Studio. How can I see what is causing the problem? Thank you.
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Might be better off on a different forum with the question - this one is about the book. Unless you have a problem with the Event Receiver in Ch. 4?
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