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SharePoint statistics: source processing by svdoever

In post http://weblogs.asp.net/soever/archive/2005/05/21/408207.aspx I did some investigations into the information logged by SharePoint in the IIS and STS log files. In this post I describe some decisions I’m going to make on processing these log...
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SharePoint custom site definitions... again... by svdoever

There were a lot of comments on my post: SharePoint custom site definitions... I’m lost… , where I described the problems I have with the following statement in a new knowledge base article by Microsoft: "Microsoft does not support modifying...
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SharePoint statistics: the sources by svdoever

First Issue in SharePoint statistics is: where can we find the information to do statistics on. Normally for a web application I grab the IIS log files and start from there. SharePoint is another case. Besides the IIS log files there are also the STS...

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SharePoint statistics: diving into SqlServer 2005 datawarehousing... by svdoever

I have got a new project to dive into: statistics and click-stream analysis on a SharePoint intranet for 30.000 users for one of our large customers. After years of development on a custom build classic ASP based portal for this customer, our company...
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SharePoint custom site definitions... I'm lost... by svdoever

Microsoft did release a knowledge base article on which scenario's are supported and not supported with respect to SharePoint site definitions: http://www.kbalertz.com/Feedback_898631.aspx One of the things that makes me really sad is the following statement...
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NAnt task xmllist, way more powerful than xmlpeek (source provided) by svdoever

UPDATE: See http://weblogs.asp.net/soever/archive/2006/12/01/nant-xmllist-command-updated.aspx for an updated version of the NAnt XmlPeek command. I have a love-hate relationship with the <xmlpeek> command in NAnt. The problems I have with it are...
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