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Monday, November 16, 2009

The hit counter (sharepoint designer) is not working for MOSS SP2

Issue with the hit counters no longer working in MOSS , this is one of the issues after MOSS SP2 deployment and happen.

Microsoft has confirmed that this functionality was a FrontPage Server Extension holdover from the previous versions of SharePoint and they never intended for it to continue working in MOSS.

The latest service pack (SP2) finally saw the removal of the hitcounter functionality from MOSS. Microsoft’s official recommendation is to use the Site Usage Reports (Site Actions –> Site Administration/Site Collection Administration –> Site/Site Collection Usage Reports)

Friday, November 13, 2009

SSP Search settings – Authentication failed because the remote party has closed the transport stream

Just now during the rebuild MOSS farm process we faced the problem half way, that is we are unable to log in to SSP serach settings , with error messageAuthentication failed because the remote party has closed the transport stream.

do some search at internet , about all is related is SSL. But first of while i think i am not use SSL should be not this issues... but at last get the detail from http://support.microsoft.com/?id=962928

After try the luck!!! yeah is working!!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Downloads from SharePoint Conference 2009

  • Master-PowerShell with Dr. Tobias Weltner (free 500 page eBook)
  • Getting started with business intelligence in SharePoint Server 2010 (downloadable poster)
  • Design Search Architectures for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 (downloadable poster)
  • Organizing Information in SharePoint (video)
Just keep this for my future references  , in coming 6-10 months i will not touch any sharepoint. I will go to explore about Oracle. :) Due to Job Role change i need to pick up Oracle skill, so coming few month i will starting sharing  about the Orcale.




Anyway i will be back to SharePoint!!!

Thursday, November 5, 2009

How to create a page and add a hit counter in SharePoint Designer 2007

Want to know how many hit on your MOSS site? yeah..just add the hit counter as simple step with SPD2007:
here you go : ( opss after the simple step is not showed at moss sites!! ha ha, but i think i working for majority...i will try to found out why i cannot see the counter!!)


How to create a page and to add the hit counter

To create a page and to add a hit counter to the page, follow these steps:
  1. On a Web server that is running Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) or Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions 2002, start SharePoint Designer 2007 or FrontPage 2003, and then open a Web page.
  2. Start a new page. To do this in SharePoint Designer 2007, click the New Document button on the toolbar.

    To do this in FrontPage 2003, click the New Page button on the toolbar.
  3. In Page view at the bottom of the document window, click Design.
  4. Put the insertion point where you want to create the hit counter.
  5. On the Insert menu, click Web Component.
  6. Under Component type, click Hit Counter.
  7. Under Choose a counter style, double-click a hit counter style, and then click Finish.
  8. To set the counter to a specific number, click to select the Reset counter to check box, and then type the number.
  9. To display a fixed number of digits in the hit counter, click to select the Fixed number of digits check box, and then type the number.

    For example, to display the hit counter as "00#" instead of as a single or double digit, click to select the Fixed number of digits check box, and then type 3.
  10. Click OK.
Note To add a hit counter to your Web site, your site must be located on a IIS server that is running Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions, Microsoft SharePoint Team Services version 1.0, or Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services. Ask your Web server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP) whether your server is running these technologies.

How to use the hit counter on the page

To use the hit counter on the page, follow these steps:
  1. Put the insertion point before the hit counter object on the page.
  2. Type You are visitor followed by a space.

How to save and to preview the page

To save and to preview the page, follow these steps:
  1. On the File menu, click Save.
  2. Name the file CounterText.asp, and then click Save.
  3. On the File menu, point to Preview in Browser, and then specify the option that you want.
  4. Click Preview.
If you refresh the page in your browser, you will see the hit count value increment.

NoteBecause the output from the hit counter object is text, the hit counter changes when you change the fonts and colors for the page.

How to reset the hit counter

To reset the value of the hit counter, follow these steps:
  1. In Page view, at the bottom of the document window, click Design.
  2. Double-click the hit counter.
  3. Click to select the Reset counter to check box, and then type a number in the box.
  4. Click OK.