Category Archives: PowerShell

Versioning SharePoint Add-Ins in your VSO Scripted Build


In a previous post I wrote a bit about building your SharePoint Apps (or Add-Ins as they are now called) using the new scriptable build system in Visual Studio Online. But there was a slight problem with this approach as it would always produce add-in packages with the version number from the AppManifest.xml file. And if you are working

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Slidedeck SharePoint Artifact Provisioning

The slidedeck and demo code from my Diwug (Dutch Information Worker User Group) session on SharePoint Artifact Provisioning are now available. Please note the slidedeck content is in Dutch. The source code from the session can be found here. Other links mentioned in the presentation: PowerShell Command Builder SPMeta2 Office 365 PnP SharePoint Automation by Gary Lapointe

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Get SharePoint Health Score using PowerShell

If you look at the HTTP headers SharePoint 2010 adds to a response you might notice the one that is called “X-SharePointHealthScore”. This special header is used in conjunction with HTTP throttling and ranges in value from 0 to 10. By default this score is calculated using two performance counters: Memory/Available Mbytes and ASP.NET/Requests Current. A value “0” indicates everything

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