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the file specified. (Exception from HRESULT: 0×80070002) Console Configuration File Error: File Not Found: The system cannot find the file specified. (Exception from HRESULT: 0×80070002) Event sharepoint 2013 file not found error Type: Error Event Source: Office SharePoint ServerEvent Category: PublishingEvent ID: 5165Description:Console Configuration File file not found error in sharepoint 2010 Error: File Not Found: The system cannot find the file specified. (Exception from HRESULT: 0×80070002)For more information, see
Sharepoint 2013 File Not Found Correlation IdHelp and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp. This error was getting logged in Productions event log as well as SharePoint ULS logs from a long time with different Event Id and was
Sorry Something Went Wrong File Not Found. Sharepoint 2013not revealing much of helping information. Surfing also did not help much because of un-definitive information's available. Drilling down the details and enabling verbose logging helped a lot reveal facts about the possible cause and solution of the error. This problem occurs when our custom Master Page referencing SharePoint Publishing controls in a site collection that does not have the Publishing file not found sharepoint 2007 error Infrastructure feature activated. We were using custom Master Page with the Publishing Console control which was referring to Quick Access Control and hence was looking for the CustomQuickAccess file in Master Page gallery (_catalogs/masterpage/EditingMenu/CustomQuickAccess.xml)which was unavailable because Publishing Infrastructure feature was not activated. Activating the feature added "CustomQuickAccess.xml" file and sealed the deal J Posted by Varun at 2/14/2012 12:05:00 AM Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: MOSS 2007 Location: Chicago, IL, USA No comments: Post a Comment Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Follow with RSS Posts Atom Posts Comments Atom Comments Follow by Email About Me Varun Chicago, IL, United States SharePoint Consultant View my complete profile Pages Home Followers Previous Posts ▼ 2012 (3) ▼ February (1) Console Configuration File Error: Console Configur... ► January (2) ► 2011 (10) ► December (3) ► November (4) ► October (2) ► September (1) Tag Cloud MOSS 2007 SharePoint 2010 SQL Server Reporting Services Categories MOSS 2007 (5) SharePoint 2010 (12) SQL Server Reporting Services (3) Picture Window template. Template images by fpm. Powered by Blogger.
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Sharepoint 2010 Http 404 Not FoundReal-Time Help Create a Freelance Project Hire for a Full Time Job Ways to Get Help Expand Search Submit Close Search Login Join Today Products BackProducts Gigs Live Careers Vendor Services Groups Website Testing Store Headlines Experts Exchange > Questions > Event ID: 5156, Publishing, and Publishing Provisioning events in the Applicatoin Event Log Want to http://www.sharepoint-bytes.com/2012/02/console-configuration-file-error.html Advertise Here? Solved Event ID: 5156, Publishing, and Publishing Provisioning events in the Applicatoin Event Log Posted on 2010-06-10 MS SharePoint Microsoft IIS Web Server 1 Verified Solution 4 Comments 2,106 Views Last Modified: 2012-05-09 I'm curious if anyone here knows what is going on with this server. So far, I have not been able to pinpoint https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/26250859/Event-ID-5156-Publishing-and-Publishing-Provisioning-events-in-the-Applicatoin-Event-Log.html what exactly these errors are being generated for...it doesn't say which files were not found, etc. Looking in Server Manager at the Application Event Log, I see a lot of errors showing up. Most of them are of the form of: Level: Error Source: Office SharePoint Server Event ID: 5165 Task Category: Publishing Level: Error Source: Office SharePoint Server Event ID: 4965 Task Category: Publishing Provisioning The 5165 Event ID gives this statement in the description: Console Configuration File Error: File Not Found: The system cannot find the file specified. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070002) The 4965 Event ID gives this statement in the description: Event log message was: 'Failed to initialize some site properties for Web at Url: 'http://servername/IS/humanresources''. Exception was: 'System.IO.FileNotFoundException: The system cannot find the file specified. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070002) at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequestInternalClass.GetMetadataForUrl(String bstrUrl, Int32 METADATAFLAGS, Guid& pgListId, Int32& plItemId, Int32& plType, Object& pvarFileOrFolder) at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.GetMetadataForUrl(String bstrUrl, Int32 METADATAFLAGS, Guid& pgListId, Int32& plItemId, Int32& plType, Object& pvarFileOrFolder) at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPWeb.GetMetadataForUrl(String relUrl, Int32 m
Cloud Hosting On-Premises Management Hybrid Cloud Extranet Hosting Previous Versions SharePoint 2010 SharePoint 2007 Office 365 Compare Plans Admin Support Sitecore Compare Plans Hosting Calculator http://blog.fpweb.net/troubleshooting-sharepoint-file-not-found-error/ Version Comparison Sitecore Partners Advanced Services Features Other Hosting Services Linux Dedicated Servers Windows Dedicated Servers SQL Server Hosting Exchange Hosting Admin Support Hourly Admin Support Migrations Advanced Monitoring https://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=74623 Disaster Recovery Resources Support Tutorials Videos Webinars White Papers & eBooks Solution Showcase FAQ Blog Customer Care Customer Login Partner Login Submit a Ticket New Customers SharePoint Tips not found & Tricks Troubleshooting the SharePoint “File not found” Error April 13, 2009 Have you ever come across a "File Not Found" error when accessing some part of your WSS 3.0, MOSS 2007, or SharePoint 2010 portal? So have I. There are some modifications that the farm administrator can make to the web application's web.config file to show more information about the file not found error. I'll break it down into an easy-to-follow guide that should give you a starting point to troubleshoot the error. Follow these steps: Navigate Here: C:\inetpub\wwroot\wss\Virtual Directories\<your web app's virtual directory>You can also open IIS Expand Sites Right click on your SharePoint site Choose explore proceed to step 2 Copy and paste the web.config file (making a backup) Open web.config using notepad Search for "CallStack" , set this equal to true Search for "Custom", set the customerrors = "Off" Search for "Debug", set Debug = "True" Save the web.config file and refresh your page in the browser You should now see what the error actually is. Many times it is a web part assembly reference missing from the web.config or something similar. This should at least give you a more precise troubleshooting starting point. Remember to turn CustomErrors back "On" in the web.config after fixing the issue so that your end users won't see an ugly Asp.Net error if this happens again. Thanks for reading and stay tuned to the blog for more SharePoint
Updates: Status: Closed Impact on me: None Category:MySQL Server: Installing Severity:S2 (Serious) Version:126.96.36.199 OS:Microsoft Windows Assigned to: View Add Comment Files Developer Edit Submission View Progress Log Contributions [29 Oct 2014 17:06] George Thornton Description: After running the Community installer in quiet mode, the manifest has not been correctly installed. As a result of this the MySQLInstallerConsole.exe fails to run with the message: Configuration file was not found. Please resinstall(sic) a MySQL Installer bundle. If you look in the C:\ProgramData\MySQL\MySQL Installer for Windows folder you will see a file "NewManifest.zip". This contains the necessary files that allow the console to run, however it has not been unzipped. How to repeat: Start with community installer UNinstalled: msiexec /x mysql-installer-community-188.8.131.52.msi /quiet Then reinstall with a quiet install: msiexec /i mysql-installer-community-184.108.40.206.msi /quiet Then attempt to run the console: MySQLInstallerConsole.exe See the error message box that pops up. NOTE: If you run the community installer msi _without_ the /quiet option, then it will correctly unpack the manifest files and the console can run. It is only when the /quiet option is used that the manifest is not unpacked and the console is then unable to run. Suggested fix: Ensure the quiet install performs all installation tasks correctly, including unpacking the manifest. [29 Oct 2014 19:51] Miguel Solorzano Thank you for the bug report. Are you able to provide the screenshot of the message error?. Thanks. [30 Oct 2014 0:35] George Thornton Error message from console after quiet installAttachment: MySQLInstallerConsoleError.jpg (image/jpeg, text), 60.58 KiB.[30 Oct 2014 13:13] Umesh Umesh Thank you for the steps and feedback. Confirmed the issue at my end on Win7(64). Thanks, Umesh [30 Oct 2014 13:14] Umesh Umesh Screenshot..Attachment: 74623.png (image/png, text), 36.53 KiB. [7 Jan 2015 13:13] Marcin Tomiak Is there any workaround for this issue? I need to