One of the quick-n-awesome ways to do this is to simply hook up a PowerShell console (SharePoint 2010 Management Shell) and then just write the following command (replace the with the Correlation Id).
Maxim Dykhtyaruk - Friday, October 15, 2010 10:06:46 AM; I don't get why you're doing this big mess just to write to the SharePoint log, when you can just use PortalLog.LogString from Microsoft.Office.Server.Diagnostic. Cdm - Thursday, November 18, 2010 10:20:47 AM; Thanks for question, Cdm. You already answered it too :) SharePoint Services 3.
I had a requirement at some point to import a few of user profile properties from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 during the migration work. This could be done by firstly getting a dump of all the user profiles along with the properties in a csv file and then import the required properties using a PowerShell script. So here I will demonstrate the steps to get this done. Step 1. Script to.
SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 2 Available. A key aspect of service delivery is the provision of updates to the SharePoint Platform, the key ones being Service Packs. Well, Service Pack 2 for SharePoint Server 2010 is now available. The pack addresses security, stability, and performance and provides better compatibility with Windows 8, Internet.
By albandrod in SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013 December 31, 2015 288 Words Leave a comment Delete all items in Recycle bin by PowerShell We were doing testing and we generated lots of documents and lists and needed to eliminate those documents, so instead of eliminating files one by one we used the following PS code.
SharePoint 2010 also writes logs to Windows Event logs; it can be viewed by Windows Event Viewer. In addition to the file logs, ULS also writes logs to the logging database. It contains all logging information for every server in the farm and collects all the information from many different locations and writes them all to a single database. For example, it includes Timer Jobs, Site Inventory.
Since the Diagnostic logs are just delimited files in SharePoint 2007 days the best way to view your logs was by importing into Excel, that way you could sort and filter. And now while you can still use Excel there have been ULS Viewer tools released that will parse the ULS logs for you, and allow the viewing of live ULS logs and much more.
Here are some good resources on how to deploy actions into the SharePoint 2010 Sandbox:. I went into the logs and found the following. SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe (0x1E70) 0x1EC0 SharePoint Foundation Workflow Infrastructure 72er Medium System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.ClearAllVars(String bstrUrl.