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Preparing for upgrade to SharePoint 2013 - Iterative Upgrade Process

Preparing for upgrade to SharePoint 2013 - Iterative Upgrade Process
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Every cycle of SharePoint comes with challenges around upgrades and migrations. In one of my current projects I’ve been part of designing an iterative upgrade process – as I like to call it – which means we’ll be upgrading our Farm (all content databases) from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
PowerShell, Automation, SharePoint

FindBestContentDatabaseForSiteCreation() problem after upgrading to SharePoint 2013 - Solution
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In one of the projects I’m currently involved, we’re in the process of upgrading from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013. One of the problems we faced were the fact that we had some orphaned content databases in our production environments, but the problem didn’t surface in SharePoint

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
PowerShell, SQL, SharePoint
SP 2010: How to create a PowerShell Snapin Cmdlet - Part 2

SP 2010: How to create a PowerShell Snapin Cmdlet - Part 2
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In my previous article (How to create a PowerShell Snapin – Part 1) I talked about the general approach to create a custom PowerShell Cmdlet. However, in Part 1 I did not talk about how you create SharePoint 2010 specific Cmdlets. That’s what this article is all about. So without

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
SharePoint, PowerShell, Development
SP 2010: How to create a PowerShell Snapin - Part 1

SP 2010: How to create a PowerShell Snapin - Part 1
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In this article I will talk about how you can get started with creating custom PowerShell commands for SharePoint 2010 that you can use. You will see how easy it actually is to build a custom class library that in turn is an extension to the PowerShell console and will

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
SharePoint, PowerShell, Development
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