Using SharePoint Server Object Model In Windows Application

I am working with Visual Studio 2010, and when I tried to add Microsoft.SharePoint.dll to a Windows Application then build the solution.

I found out a strange behavior where Microsoft.SharePoint.dll  was removed from the reference list automatically.

In this article, I elaborates How to use SharePoint Object Model in Windows Application by following the mentioned steps below:

  • Go to solution > Right click > Properties.

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  •  Select  Application Tab >  Target frameworks.

2

  • Change Target Framework from .Net Framework 4 client profile to .Net framework 3.5.

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  •  Go back to Build Tab > Platform Target.

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  •  Change Platform Target from 86x to 64x.

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  • Try to add Microsoft.SharePoint.dll reference again that should be now worked properly.

Enjoy:)

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