Feb27

Gigantic SharePoint SQL Server LDF Files

  Does This Ring a Bell? SharePoint 2010 was set up months ago, and now the database LDF files are huge. Server hard disk is full or nearly so. Symptoms can be Can no longer upload (sometimes just larger) files to the SharePoint documen ...[Read More]
Published: Feb-27-12 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Apr28

Enabling CKS EBE Comments Alerts

One of my production blogs (this one, actually) was not sending alerts about comments. I have set up several blogs using CKS EBE, and fortunately I was able to use another blog to debug it. The Contact Email value in Blog Settings is not enough, a ...[Read More]
Published: Apr-28-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Jan04

Twitter on SharePoint

Showing a list of Twitter.com tweets from a Twitterer on SharePoint is as easy as pasting some HTML and Javascript into a Content Web Part, available in WSS. I created a family Twitter account because sometimes blog entries are just too much to sa ...[Read More]
Published: Jan-04-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Jan04

Web.config Changes for Debugging ASPX Page’s Codebehind in SharePoint

Instead of getting the "user-friendly", but frustrating-to-a-developer message "An error has occurred", use these two steps to receive the actual error when developing in SharePoint. Works for both MOSS and WSS. Show the ca ...[Read More]
Published: Jan-04-09 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Jul13

Rollup Blog Posts in WSS

I've created my main site with two blog subsites. I want to show the last 5 "recent" (under 90 days) posts on the main page of the main site. A Content Query Web Part would be perfect here, but unfortunately, that is only available in MO ...[Read More]
Published: Jul-13-08 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

Jul10

Anonymous Access for the Family Site

My goal is to extend my main production site from an unconventional port (i.e., not 80) to a site in the cloud with host headers on port 80 where I'll allow anonymous access. I may allow (or require) FBA access on port 80 at some point, and past e ...[Read More]
Published: Jul-10-08 | 0 Comments | 0 Links to this post

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