Can’t get RemoveFieldRef in your custom content type schema to work?

Check that:

  1. The Inherits attribute in <ContentType> is FALSE
  2. Check the casing of the GUID specified in <RemoveFieldRef>. My testing shows that this is case-sensitive.
On the latter point above, it is best to write a harness program to check the GUID of the field currently installed on SharePoint. Case-sensitive… jeez what were they thinking??
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About Bernado

Based in Australia, I am a freelance SharePoint and Dynamics CRM developer. I love developing innovative solutions that address business and everyday problems. Feel free to contact me if you think I can help you with your SharePoint or CRM implementation.
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