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Month: September 2012

Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Michigan on September 29th on In Place Records Management

Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Michigan on September 29th on In Place Records Management

I’ve been lucky to be selected as a speaker at SharePoint Saturday Michigan.  For those of you in the Troy, Michigan area on Saturday, September 29th, come see my session on In-Place Records Management. Where: Walsh College (Troy Campus) 3838 Livernois Road Troy, Michigan 48083 Twitter: #SPSMI Find more details here: http://www.sharepointsaturday.org/michigan

My “Tip of the Day” SharePoint App has been published to the SharePoint 2013 Preview App Store

My “Tip of the Day” SharePoint App has been published to the SharePoint 2013 Preview App Store

I’m happy to announce that my first SharePoint App is published to the App Store.  It is a remotely hosted app that I created that can be downloaded for free on the SharePoint App Store for your Office 365 hosted or on-premises hosted SharePoint 2013 Preview environment.  View and install the app here: http://officepreview.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps-for-sharepoint-FX102804987.aspx     The Tip of the Day SharePoint App allows you to drop a Tip of the Day App Part onto your SharePoint web part pages…

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SharePoint 2013 Preview Noderunner.exe processes eating up your CPU and memory

SharePoint 2013 Preview Noderunner.exe processes eating up your CPU and memory

Unless you have very powerful hardware or virtual machines, anyone who has tried installing a full install of the new version of SharePoint 2013 Preview probably has run into problems with a bunch of noderunner.exe processes in your taskmanager just eating up practically all of your RAM and CPU making it very hard for you to do any development.  I found this post by an MCM named Mark Priem [1] that indicates that this is most probably due to a…

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The context has expired and can no longer be used. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80090317)

The context has expired and can no longer be used. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80090317)

On your SharePoint 2013 Preview environment, there may be times when you log in as different users and get this error: “The context has expired and can no longer be used. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80090317)” This is the same error that would be thrown in SharePoint 2010.  Take a look at making sure the time zone and the correct time is in sync with all your servers first and then do an IISReset.  Seemed to solve it for me  …

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App Parts or the new ClientWebPart in SharePoint 2013 Preview App Model Platform doesn’t support “TitleIconImageUrl”

App Parts or the new ClientWebPart in SharePoint 2013 Preview App Model Platform doesn’t support “TitleIconImageUrl”

For those of you folks hard at work building SharePoint Apps in the new SharePoint 2013 Preview App Platform, just an FYI that the TitleIconImageUrl attribute is not supported on the ClientWebPart is not supported in the Preview version of SharePoint 2013 at this time.    The TitleIconImageUrl is the little icon that is associated with your web part in the title bar or the add web parts view normally through the elements.xml file or maybe the app.manifest.xml.  I’m sure…

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The version number submitted via the seller dashboard is not the same as that in the app package

The version number submitted via the seller dashboard is not the same as that in the app package

When submitting a SharePoint app to the to the Microsoft Office Marketplace, you may receive the following message via the Microsoft Office Marketplace – Validation Test Results page:   7.8. Your app’s package must be correctly formatted. Fail The version number submitted via the sellerdashboard is not the same as that in the app package. These must be the same. The version number in the sellerdashboard does not conform to structure. SharePoint version numbers must use n.n.n.n structure (e.g. 1.0.0.0)…

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