Monday, January 24, 2011 5:20 AM
In the SP Health Analyser getting a "Missing server side dependencies" error.
[MissingWebPart] WebPart class [14c6c9f7-5a31-4a75-0ac9-bf1bd14a4a12] (class [Microsoft.AnalysisServices.SharePoint.Integration.WorkbookActivityChartWebPart] from assembly [Microsoft.AnalysisServices.SharePoint.Integration, Version=10.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=89845dcd8080cc91]) is referenced  times in the database [SharePoint_AdminContent_d8cc1edc-9875-4f51-92d4-7eee0ce06ce0], but is not installed on the current farm. Please install any feature/solution which contains this web part. One or more web parts are referenced in the database [SharePoint_AdminContent_d8cc1edc-9875-4f51-92d4-7eee0ce06ce0], but are not installed on the current farm. Please install any feature or solution which contains these web parts.
Have looked at multiple discussions on similar subject but can't fine any definitive resolution
Saturday, January 29, 2011 6:55 PM
Did it ever work for you?
Mariano Teixeira Neto Analysis Services SQL Server BI Microsoft Corp.
Friday, February 04, 2011 1:51 AMNope. Still can't get the Activity to work through the dashboard. Works if I manually run the workbook by navigating to it with my account or the farm account.
Friday, September 30, 2011 2:11 PM
This stsadm helped me in finding where the webpart was referenced in any way:
stsadm -o enumallwebs -includewebparts > C:\temp\somelog.txt
Then you can see the web part is listed under some XML <Web Id=... Url=...> node, i.e. you know the "culprit" web site.
At that point, some reasons I've found for those forgotten references:
- the webpart is used in some sub-site of the culprit website, and the sub site is hidden from the quick list or top bar
- the webpart has been deleted from the culprit website, but it still is in the "site collection recycle bin". You can reach that by going to the normal website recycle bin, then look for its link on the top bar description ("Use this page to restore items that..."). By the way, this site collection recycle bin has two views itself: be sure to check them both.
In both cases, I got some help by browsing the culprit website with sharepoint manager. With that I could easily spot the existence of a forgotten subsite, as well as the existence of this "second level recycle bin".
Wednesday, December 19, 2012 10:39 AM