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SharePoint 2010
Restore everything from recycle bin in SharePoint 2010

Here's a sample Powershell script to restore everything from a site recycle bin.

$ritems = (Get-SPWeb "http://<site>" ).RecycleBin | Select ID
foreach($item in $ritems) { (Get-SPWeb "http://<site>").RecycleBin.Restore($item.ID) }

 

Posted On Monday, June 25, 2012 11:18 PM | Comments (7)
Development Best Practices for SharePoint 2010

Useful advice for SP2010 development


Master List of SharePoint 2010 Custom Development Best Practices
http://nikspatel.wordpress.com/2011/06/22/sharepoint-2010-development-best-practices/

Posted On Wednesday, March 14, 2012 7:20 AM | Comments (0)
Error occurred in deployment step 'Activate Features': Unable to locate the workflow's association data
Workflow deployment can be a real pain, here's an error I came across the other day.Error occurred in deployment step 'Activate Features': Unable to locate the workflow's association data. To restore the association data to the workflow, restart the workflow settings wizard by selecting the workflow node in Solution Explorer and then clicking the ellipsis button (…) on one of the properties in the Properties window that has an ellipsis button.Even though Visual Studio suggests to reassociate the ......
Posted On Saturday, January 28, 2012 12:29 AM | Comments (3)
The operation did not proceed far enough to allow RESTART. Reissue the statement without the RESTART qualifier.
This is a strangest error I have come across whilst working with SharePoint 2010, the full error is this. [12/20/2011 5:29:10 PM] Warning: [WSS_Content] The operation did not proceed far enough to allow RESTART. Reissue the statement without the RESTART qualifier. RESTORE DATABASE is terminating abnormally. The error message was written to the file restore.log found in the SharePoint backup folder, it seems that the following keyword in TSQL caused the error. IF EXISTS ( SELECT * FROM master..sysdatabases ......
Posted On Tuesday, December 20, 2011 10:18 PM | Comments (0)
SharePoint Lingos and Acronyms
Ok so now we've reached the 2010 SharePoint version milestone, let's see how we got here: SharePoint last 3 major versions: 2003 -> 2007 -> 2010 (The year doesn't necessary correspond exactly to the year a SharePoint release was made) The light or free version: STS -> WSS -> SharePoint Foundation The paid server version: SPS -> MOSS -> SharePoint Server Version 2 or v2 (2003) of SharePoint often refers to STS, SPS ie. SharePoint Team Services and SharePoint Portal Server Version ......
Posted On Sunday, February 7, 2010 12:04 AM | Comments (8)
Writing log information to the Developer Dashboard in SharePoint 2010
Once you enable the Developer Dashboard in SharePoint 2010. See below for instructions by Jie Li using Powershell or STSADM: STSADM: stsadm -o setproperty -pn developer-dashboard -pv OnDemand Windows PowerShell: $svc=[Microsoft.SharePoint.... $ddsetting=$svc.DeveloperDa... $ddsetting.DisplayLevel=[Mi... $ddsetting.Update() You can write log information out to the Developer Dashboard ......
Posted On Saturday, January 16, 2010 10:40 PM | Comments (68)
Hyper-V and Internet Access
Hyper-V is getting more exposure now that SharePoint 2010 is nearing it's launch as only x64 platforms will be supported. Previously in MOSS/WSS 3.0 developers can use Virtual PC or XP Mode to virtualize their SharePoint server. Hyper-V provides greater network functionality than Virtual PC, allowing you to create Virtual Internal and External network adapters via the Virtual Network Manager. It's also possible to add Legacy Network Adapter. Often you need internet access as well as access to your ......
Posted On Saturday, January 16, 2010 3:04 AM | Comments (11)



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