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MOSS DB Attachment Yeilds Upgrade "Unexpected Error"

  Asked By: Fernando    Date: Dec 10    Category: MOSS    Views: 2292

I'm attempting to upgrade another of our SPS 2003 servers to MOSS
2007...

I performed a DB attachment style of upgrade, and BOOM. I get an
"Unexpected Error" when attempting to logon to the site for the first
time.

Oh boy, any thoughts I where to start looking for the problem?

There are no errors in the APP log, other than that 7888 Event ID about
the BDC that is a known problem.

The MySite providers works ('cause it's a different application)... as
does the SSPAdmin web app for the same reason...

The upgrade did finish with errors, notably a few "The file exists"
errors (Like the one below...)

Thoughts?

[PortalSiteUpgradeAreaAndListingData] [12.0.1.0] [INFO] [9/25/2007
12:55:50 PM]: Creating [Full Control (Upgraded Group)] cross site group
to maintain assignment inheritance.

[PortalSiteUpgradeAreaAndListingData] [12.0.1.0] [INFO] [9/25/2007
12:55:50 PM]: Upgrade encountered an unexpected error. Halting
upgrade...

Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException: The file exists. (Exception from
HRESULT: 0x80070050) ---> System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException
(0x80070050): The file exists. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80070050)

at
Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequestInternalClass.UpdateMembers(String
bstrUrl, Guid& pguidScopeId, Int32 lGroupID, Int32 lGroupOwnerId,
Object& pvarArrayAdd, Object& pvarArrayAddIds, Object&
pvarArrayLoginsRemove, Object& pvarArrayIdsRemove, Boolean bSendEmail)

at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.UpdateMembers(String
bstrUrl, Guid& pguidScopeId, Int32 lGroupID, Int32 lGroupOwnerId,
Object& pvarArrayAdd, Object& pvarArrayAddIds, Object&
pvarArrayLoginsRemove, Object& pvarArrayIdsRemove, Boolean bSendEmail)

--- End of inner exception stack trace ---

at Microsoft.SharePoint.Library.SPRequest.UpdateMembers(String
bstrUrl, Guid& pguidScopeId, Int32 lGroupID, Int32 lGroupOwnerId,
Object& pvarArrayAdd, Object& pvarArrayAddIds, Object&
pvarArrayLoginsRemove, Object& pvarArrayIdsRemove, Boolean bSendEmail)

at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPUserCollection.UpdateMembers(Object
objUpdateInfo, Object objRemoveLogins, Object objRemoveIds, Boolean
fSendEmail)

at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPUserCollection.AddCollection(SPUserInfo[]
addUsersInfo)

at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPUserCollection.Add(String loginName, String
email, String name, String notes)

at
Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal.Upgrade.PortalSiteUpgradeAreaAndListingData.
GetLegacySPGroups(Int32 legacyGroupId, SPWeb web,
LegacyAreaSecurityMember webGroup, Boolean upgradeSspRights)

at
Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal.Upgrade.PortalSiteUpgradeAreaAndListingData.
InjectSecuritySettings(AreaData SPSArea, Int32 parentPermId)

at
Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal.Upgrade.PortalSiteUpgradeAreaAndListingData.
RunUpgradeLoop1(SPSite site, AreaData SPSArea, Int32 parentPermId)

at
Microsoft.SharePoint.Portal.Upgrade.PortalSiteUpgradeAreaAndListingData.
Upgrade()

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3 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Kent Harmon     Answered On: Dec 10

Not sure about that error, but something you could do
would be to go into the web.config of your web
application and set call stack to "true" and custom
errors to "remote only". This will allow you to see
what's really occuring on your front-end server.
You'll need to perform an IISRESET after making the
change, though.

The error  message you've received is generic and can
be applied to many different situations. In my case,
it was an issue with the deployment of a web part and
removing the web part package from the application
resolved the issue.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Alexis Pearson     Answered On: Dec 10

Ok, how do I do that????????????

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Hugo Park     Answered On: Dec 10

Web.config is an XML file on the file system on the server under the IIS
site path. Find it and open in your favorite text editor, and once you
save the change(s) should be picked up immediately.

 
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