View Complete Post
My MOSS 2007 environment fires OutOfMemory exceptions when attempt to launch a custom Document Converter on files larger then 50 MB (Video files) . Because my Document Converter is implemented by a standalone executable, I'm figuring these exceptions are fired by Sharepoint Work process, on downloading/uploading from/to temp folder, not byÃÂ my custom converter.
If this is theÃÂ case, can I apply any workarounds on server configuration ? I tried with /3GB switch without luck. Maybe SP1 will address this issue too ?
I have a MyDocuments table that has the following columns: ID, Document varchar(max), and DocumentType
I'm only able to get HTML and TXT results from my full text search queries -- but I know that I should be getting PDFs as well.
What am I doing wrong?
FYI: I did install the iFilter.
I have a package which runs periodically. I have setup the logging to log only OnError events, but everytime the package runs it registers a "Beginning of package execution" and "End of package execution" line in the log file.
As a result of this the log file grows in size and is difficult to open and analyze in the case of an actual error.
Is there a way i can prevent these events from logging into the text file.
I have 10 .txt files in my folder.I want pull the data into sql table.
my requirement is
1) text1--->pull into sql table A(here Meta data is same)
2)text2---->pull into Sql table B(here also meta dat same)
plz let me know
how can i develop package
[Datatype Conversion Name ] Error: Data conversion failed while converting column
"TaskDescription" (35) to column "C_TaskDescription" (276).
The conversion returned status value 4 and status text "Text was truncated or one or morecharacters had no match in the target code page.".
The attempt to add a row to the Data Flow task buffer failed with error code 0xC0047020
This is working fine in VS2005. Above both errors Only after upgradation of the package to 2008.
I need to move the location of the SQLFT text log files from it's current location %ProgramFiles%\Microsoft
SQL Server\MSSQL10_50.MSSQLSERVER\MSSQL\LOG folder to another larger drive to accomodate the log file growth. I cannot find anything on how to make this change. Does anyone have an answer? I have found this is a default at
install - but during install did not find how to change this.
I have a MS Sharepoint Server 2007 installed, and we are using a document library to store files of various types. Some of our users use OpenOffice to read and save these documents.
When I upload a document that is an xlsx formatted document, microsoft seems to convert the file into a different format than the file that was uploaded - preventing Open Office from opening the file. The file is still an xlsx file and Microsoft Excel
is able to understand this format. Is there a way to turn this behaviour off?
I've tried turning off the Document Conversions Launcher Service (as well as the Load Balancer)
I've also tried changing the settings for the document library -> 'Open in client application' and 'open as web page', neither of these seem to solve my problem.
How can I configure Sharepoint so that it doesn't convert my xlsx files? Any clues would be greatly appreciated.