Migration Hint for SP FTC to CSOM#

using's on the header of your files:

  • change the using Microsoft.SharePoint to using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client
  • and add down under this a second one using SP = Microsoft.SharePoint.Client

now you are able to replace all your SharePoint objects from SPxyz to SP.xyz with the help of find and replace for the known standard SP objects; this was the easiest part from all the changes we must doWinking smile

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