List all WebParts in page using Windows Powershell

List all WebParts in page using Windows Powershell

A couple of days ago I noticed a tweet in the #SPHelp feed that called my attention. Here it is:


I was sure that I already used a Powershell script to do that, but when I found and tried it I noticed that all the resulting rows reported only ErrorWebPartread more…

BCS database is in compatibility range

I know, this is a very well known “problem”, but every time I update a SharePoint 2013 farm I forget about it. So please forgive me, this is more like a self-reminder hoping to keep this topic in mind at least until the next update.

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, when you install an update (starting from March 2013 PU), you can find that one or more databases are “in compatibility range and upgrade is recommended“. Honestly I can’t tell why it happens, but the resolution is quite easy.  read more…

Export/Import Managed Properties via Powershell

Should I make my blog “global” or keep it “local”? This is something I’ve been wondering about for a long time. Now it’s time to cross the line and so here we are: this is my first “non-Italian” post (I don’t pretend to call it “English” yet).

Today I published a new Powershell script on Technet Gallery (http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Powershell-script-to-09ffa974) that allows you to update the SharePoint 2013 search schema exporting, importing and deleting managed properties. read more…

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