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At some point over the last 2 weeks, the alert functionality in our MOSS 2007 environment stopped working. Users will receive the "You have setup a new alert" email when configuring a new Alert, but not any actual alerts when an item is added/changed.
I investigated the Timer Service on the front end web server and noticed it was Stopped. I restarted the Service and some of the users received upwards of 200 backlogged alerts.
I can understand why the user received so many alerts, these would be the alerts that SHOULD have been sent over the last 2 weeks. I just wanted to make sure that this is normal behavior. If the service fails, then the alert emails are set to
a type of "pending" status until the service is restarted? Is this accurate or am I misunderstanding something.
I have been receiving the following error the last few days:
The Execute method of job definition Microsoft.Office.Server.UserProfiles.UserProfileImportJob (ID 288eccd9-bdbe-44a6-8cac-aa1619c1a5aa) threw an exception. More information is included below. User profile import is in progress!Import could not be started.
Please start import later or stop import now for new import to start.
I'm not sure where to look. We are running Team Foundation Server 2010 if that makes a difference. This is for SharePoint 2010.
Let me know what logs you guys need.
"SELECT am.State,au.Email,am.Phone,au.UserId,au.Name FROM table1 au INNER JOIN table2 am on au.UserId = am.UserId"
"UPDATE table1 au INNER JOIN table2 am on au.UserId = am.UserId SET am.State = @State,au.Email = @Email,am.Phone = @Phone,au.UserId = @UserId,au.Name = @Name"
Might someone be able to tell me what may be causing the above error message in one or both of the above statements?