Thursday, April 20, 2017

Sam's SharePoint ULS Log Analyzer Tool

SharePoint ULS Log Analyzer Tool analyse ULS logs in a easy and simple way !

It has many more filters which helps SharePoint developers and administrator to catch the SharePoint errors easily for a particular case.

Pre-Requisites: Log Parser 2.2



Example of Analyzing ULS Logs


Sam's SharePoint Event Log Analyzer Tool

SharePoint Event Log Analyzer Tool helps the SharePoint Administrator to verify the SharePoint Events in more than one SharePoint Servers.

This tool checks only SharePoint Events specially for Search, User Profile, Database, BDC, Custom Applications etc.

Some of the Screenshots....

SharePoint Database Events


SharePoint Search Events


SharePoint Security Events



SharePoint User Profile Events





















Please share your feedback.

Sam's SharePoint IIS Server Log Analyzer Tool

SharePoint IIS Server log Analyzer Tool helps business owner to analyse the usage reports and take decision for business development and continuous improvement.

If SharePoint Web Analytics reports stop working due to some limitation(default boundary limit), then at that time this tool helps to generate similar reports and share to customers.

Pre-Requisites: Log Parser 2.2

Few screenshots of this tool are...




Most Browser Used

Time Taken For Page Requests

Number of hits for a Period

System Error Codes

Bandwidth By Hour























Please share your feedback.

Monday, November 28, 2016

SharePoint Farm Performance Monitoring Tool

New Version V 2.0 of this tool releasing soon. Please take a look.


Please click here to download the V1.0 tool. Post your questions in comment section

Or
Download Link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4CB5bnIlui7aWI1Nzd3c2EtRmc

Sam's SharePoint Farm Monitoring Tool 1.0

Sam's SharePoint Farm Monitoring Tool is to monitor SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 farm servers and indicate to take action against the objects.





 Features

   Applicable to: SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 Farm

   1. Monitor SharePoint Servers in the Farm
   2. Monitor IIS
   3. Monitor Database Connection and SQL server
   4. Monitor Network and Domain Controller
   5. Monitor SharePoint Objects
   6. Verify State of Server, IIS, Database and Network objects and show the                      indicator to take action.
   7. Administration Panel

Benefits

  1.      Monitor SharePoint Performance
  2.       Run this tool in any machine from the network.
  3.       Monitor all the Server objects without login to each server.
  4.       Easy to Monitor Large SharePoint Farms (More than 10 servers)
  5.       Monitor SharePoint farm from your own desktop
  6.       Indicator will show to take action against objects
  7.       Tool is fast and robust because of PowerShell calls and asynchronous operations.
   8.     Live Monitoring (Coming soon)
   9.     Auto Refresh feature
 10.     Proper Error Handling
 11.      Monitor all the servers in the farm on one click by filling the Farm Sheet(as like below).













For more information please click here.If you would like to test the tool, please request in comment section.

Answer to your feedback:

  • Where can you run this tool ?
    • You can run this tool from anywhere in your network. Because everything is powershell call and I hope every machine has windows powershell installed(in-built with OS). 
    • But if your machine/laptop in running in a Domain(let's say North America) and your SharePoint servers are hosted in a Western Europe domain, then I would recommend to run this tool in the same domain where your SharePoint servers are hosted to monitor it faster/quicker. Otherwise it will be slow because of network bandwidth.
    • But one of biggest advantage of using powershell calls is that: If you are running this tool for the 1st time for any test, it will take time as it takes, but if you run the same test again and again, it will be faster. Because I believe by the time, connection between your machine and SharePoint servers was established on the 1st test, so it only checks server objects.
  • Is there any possibility to enable Auto Refresh ?
    • Yes, I have uploaded the latest build exe (1.1) where you can find Auto Refresh feature.
  • Is there any possibility for live monitoring ?
    • There is no live monitoring, you can enable Auto Refresh feature to test on certain intervals.
    • Latest Update: Live Monitoring for CPU is ready. I will publish it very soon.
  • EXE doesn't run on my 64bit windows 8.1 version ?
    •  please change the Compatibility of the EXE file to Windows 7. Follow the link to change.
  • Alternative way, if you are somehow unable to test using excel sheet

    • you can click on Admin Panel(top right corner and put your servers with comma) to do the Test. See the steps here for your reference.
  • Didn't see a option to run as farm admin account
    • You need to hold Shift key and right click on the EXE -> Click on Run as different user -> Put your farm account credentials.

Saturday, September 17, 2016

File Migration System in SharePoint 2007



Open the below link for the source code.

FMS

If you would like to test the tool, please send a request to samarendraswain@gmail.com

Welcome User WebPart

Open the link for detail information.

Manage IIS in SharePoint 2010 Using PowerShell Script

On your day-to-day activity as a SharePoint Administrator, you always need to monitor web sites, application pools in your SharePoint farm. Especially after the application deployments, I see there are many times, these websites and application pools got stopped in many servers and you need to login to each and every server and verify them and start them.

Here I have developed the below scripts where you do not need to login to each server, you just need to login to any one server in a farm and execute the below scripts which will remotely verify the websites, application pools and show you the results. There is also a possibility to start them if anything is stopped in any server in the farm.

Especially if you have a large SharePoint farm with multiple WFE servers, it will be very helpful to manage from one server. You do not need to login each server and manage them. You can save a lot of time!

Additionally there are two scripts to restart IIS and SharePoint services in the whole farm.  

Steps to follow:

Login to any server in Farm - > Copy the attached zip file and extract it -> Open SharePoint 2010 Management Shell -> Execute the below ps1 files.

Note: You will find Sam.Functions.ps1 file which contains below functions definitions.
  • Get all the Application Pools which are stopped in the SharePoint 2010 Farm
         .\Sam.GetAppPoolStatusOnFarm.ps1
  • Start the Application Pools which are stopped in the SharePoint 2010 Farm
         .\Sam.StartStoppedAppPoolOnFarm.ps1
  • Get all the web sites which are stopped in the SharePoint 2010 Farm
         .\Sam.GetWebsitesStatusOnFarm.Ps1
  • Start all the web sites which are stopped in the Farm(If Default web site is stopped in a server, then it will skip that server)
         .\Sam.StartStoppedWebSitesOnFarm.ps1
  • Restart IIS in all servers in the SharePoint 2010 farm
         .\Sam.RestartIISOnFarm.ps1
  • Restart SharePoint services in all servers in a SharePoint 2010 farm
         .\Sam.RestartSharePointServicesOnFarm.ps1

Note: For start/restart scripts, it will ask to you confirm(yes/no) in powershell window before it execute. So that you can take a decision before execute them.

Hope you like it!

Please find attached zip file containing all script files.

Please post your comment/feedback/questions.