Posted by ken zheng on September 28, 2009
For those that are interested, there are these two pages that might be useful aswell, even if the usual MOSS site statistics are not working:
I believe these pages are provided as part of WSS, however if you install MOSS they do not appear to be linked from anywhere, as instead you get the SpUsageSite.aspx/SpUsageWeb.aspx pages with the graphs etc…
The http:///_layouts/usageDetails.aspx even shows you the total hits for the documents which are very useful information
See the following for more info:
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Posted by ken zheng on September 25, 2009
The PreUpgradeCheck utility in SP2 is a simple to use tool that is run from the command line
stsadm –o preupgradecheck
This tool goes one step deeper and after the completion of this tool a nice output page is displayed that further dives into your FARM and outputs some decent information. If there are failures or issues it will be deeply highlighted in this output.
And the most important, it is read-only, so there is no hard to run on your server
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Posted by ken zheng on September 23, 2009
I have seen this error a few times, firat check your Servcie Proider (SharedServices1) to make sure there is a index server seleted.
Otherwise, go to your 12 log and try to seach key word “fail”
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Posted by ken zheng on September 17, 2009
I just found on our Front End Servers where there are no trace logs under 12\LOGS. The log files are there but without any message inside.
‘This gives you the current settings
stsadm.exe -o listlogginglevels
Run this before doing any changes on a machine. It’s always good to know the original settings before making changes.
‘This set the logging to Verbose / Error.
stsadm -o setlogginglevel -tracelevel Verbose -windowslogginglevel Error
“C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\bin\stsadm” -o setlogginglevel -tracelevel Verbose -windowslogginglevel Error
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Posted by ken zheng on September 7, 2009
With 2.0, the TextBox control’s ReadOnly property’s behavior has changed slightly. From the technical docs:
The Text value of a TextBox control with the ReadOnly property set to true is sent to the server when a postback occurs, but the server does no processing for a read-only text box. This prevents a malicious user from changing a Text value that is read-only. The value of the Text property is preserved in the view state between postbacks unless modified by server-side code.
Posted in .Net | Tagged: ASP .NET 2.0, textbox | 2 Comments »