Another essential SharePoint tool found its way to the chocolatey gallery – this time it’s the awesome and feature-rich SharePointLogViewer. Key Features: View multiple SharePoint log files at once Search by any field Filter the log by any field File drag & drop support Live monitoring for entire farm Export filtered log entries Bookmark log entries Get popup notification of SharePoint log events from system tray Receive email notifications on errors Redirect log entries to event log Supports SharePoint 2007, 2010 and 2013 Installation After installing chocolatey you can install SharePointLogViewer with one line of Powershell:
This is one of my most anticipated sessions at this years TechEd. Part of my job is it to consult my clients why, when and how they can migrate to SharePoint 2013, so this is a perfect session for me. Here are my notes from Dan’s Session – with many quotes because they rock and have totally influenced my decisions in the past!
the My Links “vanished” in SharePoint 2010 – they were no longer visible. The Problem: Some clients heavily utilize those server-side favorites. SharePoint 2010 The links are stored in the Database and the controls to manage the favorites and the page for that is there. Luckily the migration from SP2007 to SP2010 migrated the links, too. Just the control in the ribbon was missing – but there is a very good codeplex solution for that.