If you are taking backup for your TFS 2013 through “Scheduled Backups Wizard” from TFS Administration console, is the TFS will be accessible or not?
This question come to my mind, however, I tested it and I see that TFS will be online and accessible for readying and writing.
Which means, you can query your work items and update them as well.
For security reasons, it is recommended to change the default SQL Server default port which is 1433 to a new port.
To connect to SQL Server with different port rather than default port, use comma after server name: DevSQL,5511
As a feature in SharePoint, you can check out any document item.
Sometime, the user who check out the document library is not available and the admin need to release (undo check-out) the document library.
We can use the following power shell script (Change the bold values)
$user = $web.AllUsers.GetByID($userId)
$impSite= New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite($web.Url, $user.UserToken)
$impWeb = $impSite.OpenWeb()
In SharePoint 2010 , when you try to open a document library with windows explorer you may notice that it took too much time and very slow to open.
Actually, I solved this by clear the check box “Automatically detect settings” in LAN Settings of internet option.
I have SSIS package reading from Oracle database
When running the package for testing I got the following error in Output window:
The requested OLE DB provider MSDAORA.1 is not registered. If the 64-bit driver is not installed, run the package in 32-bit mode. Error code: 0x00000000.
To run the package in 32-bit mode, apply the following steps:
In the Debugging >> Run64BitRuntime change it to False
To disable mobile redirection in SharePoint 2013 follow the below steps:
C:\inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\<your web app folder>\App_Browsers
Search for “isMobileDevice” across all file and change its value to “false” and save the file
As you know, in SharePoint 2010 there was 14 hive where you deploy your files. And then you reference them like below:
Physical Path: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS
Virtual Path: “/_layouts/<your folder>/<your files>”
In SharePoint 2013, there is new 15 hive
Physical Path: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS
Virtual Path: “/_layouts/15/<your folder>/<your files>”
If you have SharePoint 2010 solution (.wsp file) and you need to deploy it on SharePoint 2013, then you have the following options:
First, you have to add the solution to your farm using PowerShell as following:
- Add-SPSolution C:\SP2010Project.wsp
- Deploy to 14 hive è
- Deploy to 15 hive è Install-SPSolution sp2010project.wsp -CompatibilityLevel 15