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Migrating SharePoint 2003 Web Apps and Portals to SharePoint Online

With SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 no longer available the classic “SwingBridge” Approach is no longer available.

So how do I migrate SharePoint 2003 Farm to SharePoint Online say using a Third Party Tool.

I have an inventory of the SharePoint 2003 Farm.

How do I map the SharePoint 2003 Web Applications and Portal Sites to SharePoint Online. using say a third party tool such as ShareGate ?

Thanks

Nigel

Hi all!!! Slack or similar apps message line length?

I just wandering why Slack don’t limit somehow lengths of message text displayed on the desktop as if we take it to full screen and don’t have any side windows opened, text in the messages is difficult to read?

Do they know that many users scale Slack window and they don’t want to hassle with that or they just say if you want you can because why not 🙂 ??

I’ve took Slack as an example of message app, but – Messenger has different approach – some limits and conversational layout.

What you think?

[SP2016][Office Online Server] Web Apps don’t work on SharePoint https sites

I have issues with my lab environment where I have set redirection from http to https. Everything works fine until I try to open documents in web apps. I am getting error that there was a problem and document cannot be opened.

Here is short overview of how I set up redirection:

  1. Added new binding in IIS for my web application (https, port 443 and certificate)
  2. AAM settings:

    a)Internal URL:https://servername, Zone:Default, Public URL:https://servername

    b)Internal URL:http://servername, Zone:Default, Public URL:https://servername

Office farm configuration:

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WOPI zone has been set to internal-https.

Logs from OOS:

02/06/2019 08:54:12.65 w3wp.exe (0x3AB4) 0x2738 Office Online Collab Sandboxing buqay Medium Wopi,CheckFile,WACSERVER HttpRequestAsyncException [url:UREDACTED_(vHKPAP1SI77bjR6MgrgTYoLULPb0bcptKBENxaaj3dA=), e:Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.HttpRequestAsyncException: No Response in WebException —> System.Net.WebException: The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel. —> System.Security.Authentication.AuthenticationException: The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure. at System.Net.TlsStream.EndWrite(IAsyncResult asyncResult) at System.Net.ConnectStream.WriteHeadersCallback(IAsyncResult ar) — End of inner exception stack trace — at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.EndGetResponse(IAsyncResult asyncResult) at Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.HttpRequestAsync.GetResponseCallback(IAsyncResult asyncResult) — End of inner exception stack trace —] 9a3fbd9e-4066-604e-f675-99afa0e09b9f 02/06/2019 08:54:12.65 w3wp.exe (0x3AB4) 0x2738 Office Online Collab Sandboxing adhsk Unexpected WOPI CheckFile: Catch-All Failure [exception:Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.EnvironmentAdapters.UnexpectedErrorException: HttpRequest failed. —> Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.HttpRequestAsyncException: No Response in WebException —> System.Net.WebException: The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel. —> System.Security.Authentication.AuthenticationException: The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure. at System.Net.TlsStream.EndWrite(IAsyncResult asyncResult) at System.Net.ConnectStream.WriteHeadersCallback(IAsyncResult ar) — End of inner exception stack trace — at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.EndGetResponse(IAsyncResult asyncResult) at Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.HttpRequestAsync.GetResponseCallback(IAsyncResult asyncResult) — End of inner exception stack trace — — End of inner exception stack trace — at Microsoft.Office.Web.Apps.Common.WopiTalky.AddHostResponseDataAndThrow(Exception exception, HttpRequestAsyncResult result) at Microsoft.Office.Web.Apps.Common.WopiTalky.LogAndThrowWireException(HttpRequestAsyncResult result, HttpRequestAsyncException delayedException) at Microsoft.Office.Web.Apps.Common.WopiDocument.LogAndThrowWireException(HttpRequestAsyncResult result, HttpRequestAsyncException delayedException) at Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.HttpRequestAsync.End() at Microsoft.Office.Web.Apps.Common.WopiDocument.CheckWopiFile()] 9a3fbd9e-4066-604e-f675-99afa0e09b9f 02/06/2019 08:54:12.65 w3wp.exe (0x3AB4) 0x2738 Office Online Collab Sandboxing ajjve Medium WOPI CheckFile: Catch-All Failure [url:UREDACTED_(6UnYFVPmv6zdLFtOUT4YJEYsPRvdiT0O6frvZoEsQhM=)] 9a3fbd9e-4066-604e-f675-99afa0e09b9f 02/06/2019 08:54:12.65 w3wp.exe (0x3AB4) 0x2738 Office Online Word Online DocX Common ann56 Medium Setting Completion: [Operation:WacCheckFile] [CompletedSuccessfully:False] [RootOperation:] [StartTime:02/06/2019 07:54:12.612] [DurationInMilliseconds:39] [SizeInBytes:0] [ExtraInfo:] 9a3fbd9e-4066-604e-f675-99afa0e09b9f 02/06/2019 08:54:12.65 w3wp.exe (0x3AB4) 0x2738 Services Infrastructure Services Infrastructure Br Err bsl5f Medium BaseDocument::LogSessionMetrics: {“ApplicationLCID”:”pl-PL”,”BrowserLCID”:”pl-PL”,”DataLCID”:”en-US”} 9a3fbd9e-4066-604e-f675-99afa0e09b9f 02/06/2019 08:54:12.65 w3wp.exe (0x3AB4) 0x2738 Office Online Collab Sandboxing axvdb Medium CheckFailureCache.IncrementCheckFailureCount Doc: e02f7b7c23e308eeaca7d4921b409b72f6a1fc0a5f729604cb5a51af65ef2121 User: IREDACTED 9a3fbd9e-4066-604e-f675-99afa0e09b9f 02/06/2019 08:54:12.65 w3wp.exe (0x3AB4) 0x2738 Services Infrastructure Services Infrastructure Br Err b66ra Unexpected FileUnknownException with InnerException from CheckBaseDocument, InnerException: Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.EnvironmentAdapters.UnexpectedErrorException: HttpRequest failed. —> Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.HttpRequestAsyncException: No Response in WebException —> System.Net.WebException: The underlying connection was closed: Could not establish trust relationship for the SSL/TLS secure channel. —> System.Security.Authentication.AuthenticationException: The remote certificate is invalid according to the validation procedure. at System.Net.TlsStream.EndWrite(IAsyncResult asyncResult) at System.Net.ConnectStream.WriteHeadersCallback(IAsyncResult ar) — End of inner exception stack trace — at System.Net.HttpWebRequest.EndGetResponse(IAsyncResult asyncResult) at Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.HttpRequestAsync.GetResponseCallback(IAsyncResult asyncResult) — End of inner exception stack trace — — End of inner exception stack trace — at Microsoft.Office.Web.Apps.Common.WopiTalky.AddHostResponseDataAndThrow(Exception exception, HttpRequestAsyncResult result) at Microsoft.Office.Web.Apps.Common.WopiTalky.LogAndThrowWireException(HttpRequestAsyncResult result, HttpRequestAsyncException delayedException) at Microsoft.Office.Web.Apps.Common.WopiDocument.LogAndThrowWireException(HttpRequestAsyncResult result, HttpRequestAsyncException delayedException) at Microsoft.Office.Web.Common.HttpRequestAsync.End() at Microsoft.Office.Web.Apps.Common.WopiDocument.CheckWopiFile() 9a3fbd9e-4066-604e-f675-99afa0e09b9f

I read some articles (e.g. link) that adding http path as intranet zone may resolve issue, but in my scenario it removes redirection from http to https.

How can I configure it to make it work? I suppose that better option would be to extend my web application to SSL (I have done it for another web app and web apps work there), but I am wondering whether it is possible to perform it without creating separate site.

Thanks in advance for advice.

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Serverless Apps Authenticate Users After Page Load – Flaw?

Server-based apps check for a session cookie before returning any content to the user. If an authentication cookie isn’t sent from the user’s browser, the only content delivered to the user is a redirect/error message.

I’m new to server-less apps. In the several Javascript S3/Cognito-based tutorials I saw (for example AWS’ WildRydes), this authentication is client-based. It’s triggered only after the entire page has loaded and then redirects to a login page.

Isn’t that a fundamental flaw? what stops an unauthenticated user from viewing the page before the redirect?

Best way to display categories tree in mobile apps

I’m developing a little hybrid mobile application, it is an e-commerce app, I’ve designed all from scratch. I am designing it in such a way that the admin at anytime can add categories and subcategories, and so on. There could be cases like this (although they may be a bit rare cases):

Category 1   Category 1.1   Category 1.2   Category 1.3     Category 1.3.1       Category 1.3.1.1     Category 1.3.2     Category 1.3.3 Category 2 Category 3 

I would like to know what is the best way to do this? As a CSS framework I am using Materialize.

How would you advise me, to browsing this section?

Initially, if they were just categories (without children). I would make an accordion, or what in Materialize is called Collapsible. And then when the user clicks on an item, a list with all the products is opened below.

What are the best practices on this type of applications? Should I just show a small list of products and when the user clicks, go to a specific page of that product?

Trigger Transact-SQL en Azure SQL Database y Azure Web Apps

Estoy planteándome subir varias webs Asp.net (webforms) a Azure Web Apps. Todas ellas tienen bases de datos en el SQL Server que actualmente están en el mismo server que el sitio web. (Un servidor propietario)

No he utilizado Azure todavía, por lo que entiendo que necesito los servicios:

  • Azure SQL Database
  • Azure Web Apps

Las bases de datos de las webs disponen de DML Triggers en Transact-SQL, del tipo DELETE, UPDATE... AFTER INSERT, por ejemplo.

He oído que Azure SQL Database soporta procedimientos almacenados pero NO soporta triggers de este tipo. Incluso me lo comentaron en una presentación reciente de Azure, un técnico de Microsoft

¿Esto es así?

En los siguientes enlaces, se habla de ello y dice que se aplica a AZURE SQL Database:

Enlace 1 , Enlace 2

Si es así, tendría que modificar todo el planteamiento de las webs, ya que las bases de datos se modifican, etc… mediante Triggers.

Sería importante saber si alguien de vosotros tiene algo corriendo ya en Azure SQL Database con Triggers.

Gracias.

How can we avoid the Facebook SDK? General: Trusted forge for Android apps?

I know that privacy is dead etc, but I saw a presentation (Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTt1AVRQyx0 )about developers of Android apps using the Facebook SDK for whatever reason in their development of applications. I was stunned and angered by the amount of data that FaceBook exfiltrates from user systems. This information is sent to FB even if the user has never had a FB account, never visited the site, never even heard of FaceBook. And so forth.

What I want to know is this: how can I avoid applications developed using the FB SDK? I am totally prepared to abandon the Google Store.

This would probably require an app store like F-Droid with a different security posture than say, the Google Play store. But there as well, I do not see options for isolating apps by SDK. Obviously, if those apps are OPEN open source, then I could go through the source code. I cannot be the first to have this concern, of course. Yet searches are largely swamped by questions of how to apply the SDK rather than avoid it.

So the FB SDK is just a particular case of a larger question — is there a trusted forge for android apps? I’m not against using Copperhead or similar (de-Googled Android), but I would like to sever that issue from apps themselves.

Confession — I’m hardly a privacy-focused person, having been a loudmouth online since the early nineties. But FaceBook’s exfil of data is simply breathtaking, as it occurs effectively without consent*, and without notification*.

  • It may legally be consent to have me click through a EULA that says “We may share some data”, but this seems inappropriate to the scale of what is being exfiltrated. Key point — this is not as result of using Facebook’s site or app, but of nth-party developers using Facebook “protomatter in the matrix”.

Alright, I am sure I am asking this wrong, and formatting it wrong, etc. Corrections gratefully accepted. Believe me — my goal is to help get an answer to this question on the record here.


This sounds promising — intercepting calls made by the app to the FB API domain(s): Intercepting HTTPS Android app traffic