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  • Blog - Mavention
    did not want to wait blogging this Aangemaakt op 8 9 2011 door Marc Molenaar Solution to slow response times Solutions for major lag in performance Rebuild of webparts and object cache settings Aangemaakt op 8 9 2011 door Marc Molenaar Event 6482 when index and query roles are separated At the moment I am installing a SharePoint 2007 farm with the Index server role at the Application server and the Query server role at the Web Front Ends Because I did not configure anything with SSL in the first place this causes some errors in the eventlog Aangemaakt op 19 1 2011 door Marc Molenaar The crawler could not communicate with the server part 1 The error that I am researching occurs when SharePoint crawls the default content source which is in my test farm a normal non edited publishing portal The error that appears in de crawl log is The crawler could not communicate with the server Check that the server is available and that the firewall access is configured correctly Aangemaakt op 18 1 2011 door Marc Molenaar The crawler could not communicate with the server part 2 At the moment we have a call for this

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog?k=PublishingContactNameOWSTEXT%3a%22Marc+Molenaar%22&start=16 (2016-02-18)
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  • Blog - Mavention
    Marc Molenaar 32 Nintex Workflow 2010 useful links Here are some good links Aangemaakt op 1 9 2010 door Marc Molenaar Nintex Workflow 2010 version 2 0 0 6 available The new translations are Arabic Brazilian Portuguese Czech Dutch French German Hungarian Italian Japanese Latvian Lithuanian Polish Russian Spanish and Swedish Aangemaakt op 1 9 2010 door Marc Molenaar 1 4 5 6 7 Functionele SharePoint consultant Als functionele SharePoint

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog?k=PublishingContactNameOWSTEXT%3a%22Marc+Molenaar%22&start=31 (2016-02-18)
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  • Status updates for long running operations - Blog - Mavention
    Strict EN http www w3 org TR xhtml1 DTD xhtml1 strict dtd html xmlns o urn schemas microsoft com office office dir ltr head Stripped for demo sake head body onload setGearPageFocus gotoNextPage class s4 simple gearpage div id GearPage div id s4 simple card class s4 simple gearpage div id s4 simple card content h1 a id gearsImageLink href javascript onclick hideGears title This animation indicates the operation is in progress Click to remove this animated image img id gearsImage alt This animation indicates the operation is in progress Click to remove this animated image src layouts images gears anv4 gif style width 24px height 24px font size 0px align absmiddle a Processing h1 div Performing the difficult computing power intensive stuff div div br br Please wait while this job is being done for you div div div div As you can see there is no id for the tag where the current status is stored Workaround here is to get an enclosing tag that has an id and then go for the tag we need That is the second div in this case The enclosing tag and tag name as follows public static class LongOperationStatusUpdate private static string parentTagId s4 simple card content private static string tagName div I ended up with the following JavaScript code for the update method private static string jsUpdateMsgMethod script type text javascript function updateStatus parentId tagName msg var p document getElementById parentId var d p getElementsByTagName tagName d 1 innerHTML msg script This I outputted to the response stream from my long operation page LongOperationStatusUpdate PrepareForStatusUpdateSupport Page The code that is executed is public static void PrepareForStatusUpdateSupport Page page WriteText page jsUpdateMsgMethod public static void WriteText Page page string text page Response Write text page Response Flush Now the operation starts

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/status-updates-for-long-running-operations (2016-02-18)
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  • Marcel van der Lem - Mensen - Mavention
    juiste SharePoint oplossing Daarnaast heeft hij zich gespecialiseerd in de technische aspecten rondom architectuur topologie netwerken en security Marcel adviseert klanten hoe SharePoint het beste geïntegreerd kan worden binnen hun technische omgeving Vervolgens richt hij zelf of als teamleider de gewenste functionaliteit in binnen de SharePoint omgeving Marcel is een creatief en sociaal persoon die binnen projecten een adviserende en uitvoerende rol vervult SharePoint WCM Specialist Mavention is specialist op

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/mavention/mensen/marcel-van-der-lem (2016-02-18)
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  • User profiles lost data - Blog - Mavention
    Name SPS Skills Property ID 5010 Name SPS Birthday Value 2000 07 01T00 00 00 Properties UserProfile UserProfile AccountName MYDOMAIN User2 Properties UserProfile UserProfiles Interesting thing to see is that multi valued profile properties are stored in a record per value We created another script that gets all colleagues for a person Gets colleagues for all users SELECT SELECT U NTName AS AccountName SELECT SELECT C NTName AS Name UC GroupType As GroupType UC GroupTitle AS GroupTitle UC IsWorkgroup AS IsWorkGroup UC ItemSecurity AS ItemSecurity FROM Restored Profile DB dbo UserColleagues UC NOLOCK INNER JOIN Restored Profile DB dbo UserProfile Full C NOLOCK ON UC ColleagueRecordId C RecordID WHERE U RecordID UC RecordId FOR XML PATH Colleague Type FOR XML PATH Colleagues Type FROM Restored Profile DB dbo UserProfile Full U NOLOCK ORDER BY U NTName FOR XML PATH UserProfile Type FOR XML PATH UserProfiles That generates the following example output UserProfiles UserProfile AccountName MYDOMAIN Administrator Colleagues Colleague Name MYDOMAIN User2 GroupType 2 GroupTitle IsWorkGroup 0 ItemSecurity 1 Colleague Name MYDOMAIN user1 GroupType 2 GroupTitle IsWorkGroup 0 ItemSecurity 1 Colleagues UserProfile UserProfile AccountName MYDOMAIN user1 Colleagues Colleague Name MYDOMAIN Administrator GroupType 2 GroupTitle IsWorkGroup 0 ItemSecurity 1 Colleague Name MYDOMAIN User2 GroupType 2 GroupTitle IsWorkGroup 0 ItemSecurity 1 Colleagues UserProfile UserProfile AccountName MYDOMAIN User2 Colleagues Colleague Name MYDOMAIN user1 GroupType 2 GroupTitle IsWorkGroup 0 ItemSecurity 1 Colleagues UserProfile UserProfiles Now this data is for all users We only need the information from user profiles that have been recreated For this we created a temporary table DECLARE Users TABLE NTName nvarchar 400 INSERT INTO Users SELECT CurrentProfile NTName FROM Restored Profile DB dbo UserProfileValue AS RestoredValues NOLOCK INNER JOIN Restored Profile DB dbo UserProfile Full AS RestoredProfile NOLOCK ON RestoredValues RecordID RestoredProfile RecordID INNER JOIN Current Profile DB dbo UserProfile Full AS CurrentProfile NOLOCK ON RestoredProfile NTName CurrentProfile NTName AND RestoredProfile RecordID CurrentProfile RecordID LEFT OUTER JOIN Current Profile DB dbo UserProfileValue As CurrentValues NOLOCK ON CurrentProfile RecordID CurrentValues RecordID AND RestoredValues PropertyID CurrentValues PropertyID INNER JOIN Current Profile DB dbo PropertyList AS CurrentProperty NOLOCK ON RestoredValues PropertyID CurrentProperty PropertyID WHERE CurrentValues PropertyVal IS NULL AND RestoredValues PropertyVal IS NOT NULL AND RestoredValues PropertyID IN 16 5005 5006 5007 5010 10009 10011 GROUP BY CurrentProfile NTName ORDER BY CurrentProfile NTName ASC SELECT FROM Users The idea is that the NTName field will not change so we took that as the key field to join the user profiles in the current and the restored database We only wanted those user profiles that had information set in the restored database and not set in the current database Another thing to note is that we made a backup of the current User Profile database and restored that one as Current Profile DB This to ensure we would keep our SharePoint environment in a supported state Now we joined the temp table Users with the two previous queries That gave use two XML files with all data we needed to restore Put the data back

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/user-profiles-lost-data (2016-02-18)
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  • UPS Connecting to AD with same name for OU - Blog - Mavention
    in the Containers block Notice the duplicate naming here If you try to select the OU with the same name SharePoint will not select the OU but the node that is displayed just below the AD node as can be seen in this screen shot You can click on either MavDev1 node here It will only toggle the first sub node and not select your OU The work around I

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/ups-connecting-to-ad-with-same-name-for-ou (2016-02-18)
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  • Enabling site features will only work from a WFE - Blog - Mavention
    server service on there and a web front end server Normally I deploy all packages on the app server I also run all PowerShell scripts from there Today I noticed that I could not run scripts that would enable features that are used in my site collection Turns out those features are only placed onto the WFE and SharePoint needs to have access to these files on the file system

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/enabling-site-features-will-only-work-from-a-wfe (2016-02-18)
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  • SP Best practices here we come! - Blog - Mavention
    is we will go with 6 people This way we can follow most of the 96 sessions If you want to know where we are follow us on Twitter User profiles lost data We ran into a problem with User Profiles losing data This post shows how to recover that data UPS Connecting to AD with same name for OU When creating a User Profile Synchronization connection to an Active

    Original URL path: http://www.mavention.nl/blog/sp-best-practices-here-we-come (2016-02-18)
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