Monthly Archives: September 2010

“Error occurred in deployment step ‘Recycle IIS Application Pool’: … Access denied” When Deploying SharePoint 2010 Solutions From Visual Studio

A pretty obvious one again–you have to be Site Collection administrator of the Site Collection you are deploying to! The general laundry list of permissions checks when developing SharePoint 2010 solutions looks like this: Account is in the local administrators … Continue reading

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View From Office Windows

This is the view from Deutsche Telekom’s T-Labs office windows to the east of Berlin–most notably the Fernsehturm. A strong competition to the windows on my computer screen :-). And it’s actually related to SharePoint 2010 as it’s the T-Labs … Continue reading

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Using SharePoint 2010’s Logging Infrastructure, Part 1

Update 2011-02-03: Added link to Corrrelation ID info. Logging has become much easier in SharePoint 2010: write to SharePoint’s log using SPDiagnosticsService.Local.WriteTrace() and write to Windows event logs using SPDiagnosticsService.Local.WriteEvent(). But thankfully Microsoft thought of developers like you and me … Continue reading

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Using SharePoint 2010’s Logging Infrastructure, Part 2

Update 2011-03-23: It seems that creating the registry keys yourself causes the Office 2010 Cumulative Update for February 2011 to fail. Instead add the service to the farm’s services as Mike shows in the comments section. I’ll update my code … Continue reading

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Using SharePoint 2010’s Logging Infrastructure, Part 3

Update 2011-02-03: Fixed links to part 1 and 2. This is the third and final part of my post about using SharePoint 2010’s logging infrastructure. Part one explained the basics of SharePoint 2010’s logging infrastructure. Then part two showed how … Continue reading

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