Thanks David December 18th, 2008 at 11:29 | #22 Reply | Quote When I make the call to get the SPWebService, I get an XmlException with the message: "Name cannot begin Worse, the removal now fails! It is typically used in a Feature receiver, but very awkward to test from a Feature receiver, so I wrote this tool (a web part) to make that easier. In Notepad, save the XML with a friendly name like SharePoint3616.xml, and then view it in Internet Explorer. his comment is here
I tried the example of modifying web.config file ,but I am getting error on line webApp.Farm.Services.GetValue().ApplyWebConfigModifications(); Following is the error : Failed to apply a web.config modification to file ‘C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\80\web.config'. My snippet is below along with the error, which occurs on the line WebApp.Farm.Services.GetValue().ApplyWebConfigModifications(); Any ideas where I am going wrong? Waiting for the job to finish… … Verbose: The timer job (Windows SharePoint Services Web.Config Update) is currently idle. In the case where your original modification was an addition, where you added a new node or attribute, your changes are simply deleted and remove from the web.config file when they https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/24984044/Cannot-install-MOSS-solution-returns-A-web-configuration-modification-operation-is-already-running.html
It is very important that you properly set them while adding your modification otherwise when deleting , they won't be located and removed. My hope is that combining collected wisdom with new insights and providing a tool for exploration will save the reader much time. Want to Advertise Here? It is just a section with empty content (if you successfully delete all the children) for example "connectionStrings" node is going to stay in your web.config file forever E-okul June 24th,
Any inputs on the issue. This works fine on my Development stand alone, but when testing in a Farm environment it fails every time. One of the problems we had to work around was activating a number of features at the same time. You need to use EnsureSectionNode or something like this.
Posted on May 13, 2011 by Stephen Songer Ran into the above message when trying to activate a web application feature in MOSS 2007. I could not retract the solution using both powershell and stsadm... –Karthikeyan Apr 5 '11 at 15:01 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log It may have"
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https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/jjameson/2010/03/31/waiting-for-sharepoint-web-config-modifications-to-finish/ harish May 20th, 2009 at 05:49 | #27 Reply | Quote I have a question: suppose I am adding elements to some xpath say siteMap/providers and if suppose this xpath does
When multiple Features each add modifications to the collection, this scenario is quite possible. How to use SPWebConfigModification Using SPWebConfigModification is very easy, which makes it even better. What I discovered is that in order to be able to apply the webconfig modification the application pool account running the update must be farm admin. Thanks!
SharePoint > SharePoint 2010 - Setup, Upgrade, Administration and Operations Question 0 Sign in to vote I'm attempting to deploy a .wsp on our newly upgraded (from 2007) Sp2010 farm. If you do: SELECT * FROM Objects WHERE Name LIKE ‘WebConfigChanges%' You'll easily find the changes. It works on many operating systems, in many languages. If all goes well, a Modifications applied message will display, and all web.configs for the selected Web application will have the new node(s), typically just before the end tag of the
You need a timer job to take care of propagation across the farm. this content Where are sudo's insults stored? there is one more thing that sucks more than anything else. Applying your web.config changes via a feature will ensure your changes are applied to new or newly built web servers – without having to refer to documentation or manually apply your
Conveniently, WSS object model offers a new class this time around which allows your code (that is within your Feature event receivers , console apps or custom installation applications) to dynamically Sequence - This only applies when there are multiple modifications of the same type for the same node or attribute; otherwise it is ignored. The SPWebApplication class has a SPWebConfigModifications collection property that contains all the modifications (SPWebConfigModification objects) made to this web application's web.config file. weblink Of course my development machine is a single farm configuration, which is standard.
It works well in single server environment. If so, does anyone know of any workarounds on how to set an empty value on an attribute using this class? Subsequent "AppWebConfigModifications()" need to wait till the previous call is done.
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Meaning of grey and yellow/brown colors of buildings in google maps? If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact tnmff AT microsoft.com(Please replace AT with @) Wednesday, March 28, 2012 9:50 AM Reply | Quote Moderator Microsoft is conducting an online Post navigation ← WSPBuilder: SharePoint developers - Go GetIt! e okul February 12th, 2010 at 17:13 | #34 Reply | Quote What’s supposed to be in that property?
We'd better start at the beginning... Thanks for taking the time to post this I will update the script. Mark, Thanks for responding to my question above about "Making changes in a particular order". How should I deal with a difficult group and a DM that doesn't help?
This would be used to loop through an array of feature names, check their scope and activate them.