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  • Delete items in batch from sharepoint list with powershell script - Blog - Mavention
    grown and grown and grown to approximately 140k items Now they want to delete all items from the list where the query count is less than 5 This is approximately 80 of all items Well that is a hell of a job to delete manually I tried it But you can only delete 100 item per delete action So I searched for some batch processing PS script and finally my colleague Waldek Mastykarz visit his blog came up with some urls where I could find some info I used the script from this site http matthewyarlett blogspot nl 2013 07 well that was fun bulk deleting items html The script below contains a query to select all items where the Query Count is 5 Run it in these 3 stages Create the query PowerShell list Get Spweb http www company com GetList http www company com Lists ListName query New Object Microsoft SharePoint SPQuery query ViewAttributes Scope Recursive query RowLimit 2000 query Query Where Leq FieldRef Name QueryCount Value Type Number 5 Value Leq Where Build the command itemCount 0 listId list ID System Text StringBuilder batchXml New Object System Text StringBuilder batchXml Append xml version 1 0 encoding UTF 8 Batch command System String Format Method SetList 0 SetList SetVar Name ID 1 SetVar SetVar Name Cmd Delete SetVar Method listId 0 do listItems list GetItems query query ListItemCollectionPosition listItems ListItemCollectionPosition foreach item in listItems if item ne null batchXml Append System String Format command item ID ToString Out Null itemCount while query ListItemCollectionPosition ne null batchXml Append Batch itemCount Output Run the query web Get Spweb http www company com web ProcessBatchData batchXml ToString Out Null PowerShell After running the query the list only contained all query suggestions with a query count of 5 and more Originally posted

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/delete-items-batch-sharepoint-list-powershell-script (2016-02-18)
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  • Marc Molenaar - Mensen - Mavention
    brede kennis van infrastructuren en is servicegericht In 2014 heeft Marc de coördinatie en het beheer van de servicedesk binnen Mavention op zich genomen Marc is gemotiveerd en leergierig Hij is altijd bereid nieuwe technieken te leren producten te verkennen en nieuwe mensen te ontmoeten in zijn vakgebied Zijn kennis deelt Marc graag binnen en buiten Mavention SharePoint WCM Specialist Mavention is specialist op het gebied van public facing websites

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/mavention/mensen/marc-molenaar (2016-02-18)
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  • Could not find stored procedure dbo.Search_GetRecentStats - Blog - Mavention
    Microsoft Office Server Search Monitoring HealthStatUpdateJobDefinition ID 9fd01a1d 6f2d 438e 813b b7cbebe34e9b threw an exception More information is included below Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Usage service application not found I solved this by configuring the Usage and Health Data Collection Service Application by running the wizard The error disappeared but now the following errors appeared in the application log every minute Log Name Application Source Microsoft SharePoint Products SharePoint Foundation Date 12 18 2012 5 36 14 PM Event ID 5586 Task Category Database Level Error Keywords User Domain spfarm Computer Server domain local Description Unknown SQL Exception 2812 occurred Additional error information from SQL Server is included below Could not find stored procedure dbo Search GetRecentStats Log Name Application Source Microsoft SharePoint Products SharePoint Foundation Date 12 18 2012 5 36 14 PM Event ID 6398 Task Category Timer Level Critical Keywords User Domain spfarm Computer Server domain local Description The Execute method of job definition Microsoft Office Server Search Monitoring HealthStatUpdateJobDefinition ID 9fd01a1d 6f2d 438e 813b b7cbebe34e9b threw an exception More information is included below Could not find stored procedure dbo Search GetRecentStats These two error and critical events were solved by following this blogpost by Joel Roos http

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/could-not-find-stored-procedure-dbo-search_getrecentstats (2016-02-18)
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  • SP2013 installation lessons learned part 2 - Blog - Mavention
    install with PowerShell on multiple servers in a SharePoint 2013 farm Somewhere on the technet forum I found links to 3 hotfixes that according to the writer have to be installed on all SharePoint servers to make it work The three hotfixes are only for Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 http hotfixv4 microsoft com Windows 207 Windows 20Server2008 20R2 20SP1 sp2 Fix402568 7600 free 447698 intl x64 zip exe http hotfixv4 microsoft com Windows 207 Windows 20Server2008 20R2 20SP1 sp2 Fix368051 7600 free 433385 intl x64 zip exe http hotfixv4 microsoft com Windows 207 Windows 20Server2008 20R2 20SP1 sp2 Fix354400 7600 free 427087 intl x64 zip exe After installing these hotfixes on the two SharePoint servers Web front End and Application and installing the initial topology I have configured search with the PowerShell scripts in this technet article http technet microsoft com en us library jj862356 aspx The topology I was configuring Virtual machine A 208t Virtual machine B 206t Admin component Crawl component Content processing component Analytics processing component Query processing component Index component 1 that belongs to index partition 0 After following the technet article this was the output And this the final search topology Originally posted at

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/sp2013-installation-lessons-learned-part-2 (2016-02-18)
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  • SP2013 installation lessons learned part 1 - Blog - Mavention
    means that SQL Server 2008 R2 without SP1 is installed After installing SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 the SQL version number is 10 50 2531 This is the minimum required SQL installation for SharePoint 2013 By the way SQL Server 2012 has version number 11 0 2100 60 Be sure that Microsoft NET Framework 4 5 is installed at the SQL server The setting Max Degree of Parallelism has to be set to 1 in SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 To configure this you have to login to SQL Management Studio Click right at local SQL Server In the window Server Properties go to Advanced In the right pane you see in the section Parallelism the setting Max Degree of Parallelism Change this to 1 see below Search Topology After deploying the Search Service Application for the first time the Search Application Topology might show an error like Unable to retrieve topology component health states This may be because the admin component is not up and running I found a post at the Technet forum about this error Paul Stork indicated that this is caused by a WSS Usage Application Proxy that is in a Stopped state Using

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/sp2013-installation-lessons-learned-part-1 (2016-02-18)
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  • Recap SPC Amsterdam 2012 day two - Blog - Mavention
    Noel about the new infrastructural design of SP2013 He showed us which new services are available and also what the hardware and software requirements are See requirements below The next session I attended was Windows Azure for SharePoint people by Dennis Mulder Interesting was how easy it is to set up a website in Azure and integrate it with your SP2013 environment Or set up a virtual server in Azure After this session I again attended a session by Michael Noel It was about Using SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn Availability Groups for SharePoint 2012 Farm He did some nice demo ing with bringing down SQL servers Request Management in SharePoint 2013 by Spencer Harbar was the next session for me Request Management can direct traffic to websites based on Throttling and Routing Rules Interesting session by Spencer The last session I attended was about settting up a Enterprise 2 0 Social pilot It was not quite what I had expected as it was not about the tools but only about how to get people into using social features and that one has to think about what goals you would like to accomplish with Social in the enterprise It were two

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/recap-spc-amsterdam-2012-day-two (2016-02-18)
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  • Blog - Mavention
    I choose sessions that were not interesting enough Fortunately this year I have chosen the good sessions for me At least all speakers told me in every session one or two things I did not know So I am very excited about yesterday Hopefully today will be an equally good connections day Aangemaakt op 21 11 2012 door Marc Molenaar Preview SPC Amsterdam day one Today will start a knowledge packed connections again I think with speakers like Steve Fox Dan Holme Spencer Harbar Mike FitzMaurice and some of our local Dutch hotshots like Mirjam van Olst and my colleague Waldek Mastykarz Aangemaakt op 20 11 2012 door Marc Molenaar SP2013 memory usage noderunner process If you look at the server into the Task Manager you will see that the noderunner exe processes will consume a lot of memory These processes run for the continues crawl Aangemaakt op 27 7 2012 door Marc Molenaar SharePoint 2013 Community Site SharePoint 2013 is awesome with all the new features You can read about those in the blog posts of my colleagues A new feature I m excited about in SharePoint 2013 is the Community Site and the Community Portal With the first

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog?k=PublishingContactNameOWSTEXT%3a%22Marc+Molenaar%22&start=6 (2016-02-18)
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  • Blog - Mavention
    System drive So the inetpub directory but also log files and index files of SharePoint should be placed on other drives Some engineers say that the inetpub directory with all the websites has to reside on the C drive because moving is not supported by Microsoft others say that the websites and other inetpub content like IIS logs have to reside on other drives Aangemaakt op 2 5 2012 door Marc Molenaar Create links in XSLT of search results For a client I have modified the search results to clickthrough to other results It is a client with a lot of different locations and I have made a separate searchbox on the homepage to search in their Location scope The results are shown with a lot of fields per location like street address postal code town cost center cost center number p o box etc A few of these fields are also part of the People search results like for example cost center Their question was to be able to click on the cost center results at the Location results page With this click a search query has to start which searches in the People scope to show all people concerning this cost center So I had to make a link of a result in the Location results XSLT Aangemaakt op 30 4 2012 door Marc Molenaar Converting SharePoint 2010 license trouble I was building a demo site to convince the management of the power of SharePoint 2010 The plan was to show some fancy stuff with Visio Graphics Services Infopath Forms workflows etc For this we needed obviously the Enterprise license So I opened CA browsed to the Manage service applications part to make a new Visio Graphics Service Application The next image indicated this was not possible My

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog?k=PublishingContactNameOWSTEXT%3a%22Marc+Molenaar%22&start=11 (2016-02-18)
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