Once you view the page source and search for "var g_wsaSiteTemplateId" you will find a code, such as STS#0 or STS#1 etc... to find out what the template code means you can look at: https://absolute-sharepoint.com/2013/06/sharepoint-2013-site-template-id-list-for-powershell.html
On Salaudeen Rajack`s blog www.sharepointdiary.com there is a tutorial with explained 6 ways to determine a SharePoint Site Template. The link can be found here.
Use SharePoint Manager, Navigate through the site, and look for "Web Template".
stsadm.exe -o enumallwebs -databasename > Template.txt
Now, Open the template.txt file and check for ...
The best solution I found was from this link:
Removing malfunctioning Windows SharePoint Services solutions. I basically didn't have WSS Administration service running.
stsadm -o enumsolutions
Copy id from the retraction SolutionDeploymentJob
stsadm -o canceldeployment -id [SolutionDeploymentJob id]
Start WSS Administration service and change it ...
Solution with no asp code:
- SPServices - http://spservices.codeplex.com/
In sharepoint, create a non-public library called "Jquery libraries" and upload your jquery and SPServices to it.
In sharepoint designer, create a copy of AllItems.aspx.
In sharepoint designer, edit the file AllItems.aspx. Clear ...
If you are sure that it is corrupt, then keep reading. But first, are you completely sure that it is corrupt? How have you decided that it's corrupt? (Sorry to ask, but restoring the master database is a really big deal.)
Assuming that you have a backup of the master database you'll need to stop the SQL Service and restart the instance by running it from ...
This is possible. That was our process for a recent upgrade to 2010 Be sure to run all pre-upgarde checks and correct any issues before the upgrade. Pay close attention to any added solutions on the 2007 farm.
Check that the sites are recognized as Intranet Zone sites in the browser on the servers.
If Internet Explorer recognizes them as Internet sites and not Intranet sites, single sign on features will not work, and you'll be prompted for credentials
You should be able to convert it to a format that plays off a website, stick it on your company website or reverse-proxy it so it only allows IP's from within your Intranet to get the page with the link. That should limit who can view the video from your server.
Then remind people that if it leaves the company it's a firable offense by policy.
As others ...
This is standard practice. You wouldn't want your users trying to submit changes to a database that is being backed up. Also, stop doing backups during production hours. Schedule them for after-hours or something. It's very poor practice to do otherwise.
1.SharePoint_AdminContent is for the Central Administration content DB so you don't need backup.
same with 2.4 & 5 you can leave it.
Only back up you need is WSS_Content _Intranet_db
You can check the following series and many more regarding migration.
AS the proposed answer you can do that but it is not advicable to keep the production live as you might lost the data between the backup and making 2010 site live.
1.make 2007 farm readonly from Central admin_contentdatabases_Readonly checked.
2. Backup of Content DB.
3. Attach Content DB via powershell.
4. Update DNS to the new 2010 site.
No there isn't an out of the box way of doing this - you'd have to code it. Now this isn't a sales pitch and the tool isn't commercially available or even commercial quality but I do have a content analysis tool I wrote that does what you ask and a lot more besides. Basically I use the tool to analyse new clients farms and especially close to a migration ...
It's an old thread.
var g_wsaSiteTemplateId = ‘STS#1′;
Hi I managed to hide a field programmatically see below. The Approve field is now hidden in the edit screen of the list
SPField Appprove = bdcList.Fields.GetField("Approved");
Appprove.ShowInEditForm = false;
Appprove.ShowInDisplayForm = true;
Appprove.ShowInNewForm = false;
I've been using the helpdesk template built into MOSS for over 2 years now. It depends on the extent of the features you want. If your need is for tracking and ticketing, you can get it all within MOSS in conjuction with Sharepoint designer (A power tool if you know how to use it)
Find the template name of SharePoint site using PowerShell
$web = Get-SPweb http://SiteUrl
Write-host “Web Template:” $web.WebTemplate ” | Web Template ID:” $web.WebTemplateId
Below is a list of the web templates and their IDs