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I have deleted a meeting workspace template that errored as I was deleting it, the error was
Delete site operation cancelled by user. Check the log files for additional details.
The archive folder does not exist or is not properly configured.
Troubleshoot issues with Windows SharePoint Services.
I've been asked to create a solution which detects the dead accounts and cleans it up from a SharePoint site.
I found a code snippet
here (in the comments) which checks each user against the AD and cleans up the account. But the LDAP details are hardcoded in the code. What happens if i want to detect it dynamically and check the dead accounts? Is there a more elegant solution to do this?
I'm having problem with WSS 3.0(without MOSS). The links for all the site in the quicklaunch works, but for
SOME of the links in the All Site Content page [http://server/mainsite/_layouts/viewlists.aspx?ShowSites=1] doesn't. This also happens when clicking the link up in the title page if you're in the
subsite [http://server/mainsite/subsite05], both links gives a HTTP 500 Internal Error page when clicked. I've tried deleting and re-creating the link in the mainsite's quicklaunch I also tried to reset specific page to site definition version
or reset all pages in this site to site definition version in the subsite05, nothing works.
Hope somebody have tried troubleshooting this problem.
At present, I have chat project using WCF duplex. But I have issue related to callback which is implemented in client side. When client hit disconnect button, it works well, but in case, client crashed for some resaons as disconnecting network, shutdown...
After that, service dont know client disconnected and remove it form list of online clients.
Now I want to detect disconnected client as fast as possible for any reasons.
Any body help me .
Thank so much.
Disclaimer: My company does a lot of Silverlight consulting and training (among several other technologies including jQuery, ASP.NET and SharePoint) so I definitely have a stake in Silverlight.
I'm really happy Microsoft is embracing HTML 5 in IE9 as announced at PDC 2010. That's a good thing for every web developer out there even though I think we're in for quite the x-browser battle in the near future. I went through that back in the Netscape 4/IE4 days and still fight it today (although jQuery makes things much more fun!) and can't say I'm looking forward to the x-browser issues that will most certainly come up. I'm all for HTML 5 though and do agree it's the way forward for "true" x-browser and x-device applications. I think that initially (meaning 4+ years ago when the idea sprouted) Microsoft probably did see Silverlight as a player in cross platform application development. But, it's just not going to run on every device especially iOS devices which weren't even around back at that time the concept for Silverlight was initially discussed - thus the focus on HTML 5 at
So I have this site that is 100% totally dead, cant access the pages, admin area, nothing. Normally if it is a Web part you can access the admin area and the maintenance page. But this site is just dead.
I get this exception in the log:
Exception Type: System.Web.HttpException Exception Message: Unable to connect to SQL Server session database. The connection string (server='BVSQL\Sharepoint', database='BVSP_SharedServices_DB') was returned by an instance of the IPartitionResolver type 'Microsoft.Office.Server.Administration.SqlSessionStateResolver, Microsoft.Office.Server, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c'.
Other site-collections works just fine, and Central Administration and the Shared Services Site also works.
Could it be the site collection content db thats fried??