Showing posts with label Office WebAPP. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Office WebAPP. Show all posts

Friday, June 5, 2015

Office documents open in read-only mode in Sharepoint



Office documents open in read-only mode in SharePoint

Issue: I have a SharePoint 2013 installation and clients with IE 11 and Office 2013. When clients navigate to a document library and click to open an Office document, the document opens in read-only mode with an information bar stating "We opened this document read-only from the server" and with a button to enable editing.

Cause: there could be many reasons for the issue like Not having proper permission to user to Edit DOC in site, IE compatibility issues, Client system issues.

Solution: I am providing the solutions below to solve the problem. Ensure one should resolve the issue.

Solution 1:Ensure the user is having a proper permissions on the site to edit the documents at least the contribute.

Solution 2:Ensure the IE is in compatible with the SharePoint and no issues with the IE.IE11 having some compatible issues with the SharePoint so I would recommend to check with other browsers.

Solution 3:please follow the steps below in client computer to resolve the issue.

1.    On the client computer experiencing the issue click on "RUN" then type "RegEdit".
2.    go to this path HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common\Internet

Note:For sharepoint 2013 the path is 15.0
 
3.    Right click and create new "DWORD" entry and give it a name of "FSSHTTPOff"
4.    Double click the new entry and enter 1 for the value.
5.    Once done you need to reboot the computer.
 


I hope the above information will help you to resolve the issue, in case of any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know. I would be more than happy to help you as well as resolves your issues, Thank you.

Monday, November 3, 2014

one or more required office components failed to complete successfully



one or more required office components failed to complete successfully

issue: Unable to un-install the SharePoint 2013 on the server. Shows the error one or more required office components failed to complete successfully.

Solution: The issue could be of many reasons. In this article I am putting the solutions together to resolve the issue.

Solutions 1:Go to the services, find the Sql server services Stop them as follows and then uninstall the SharePoint server 2013 will be uninstalled successfully.

1.    SQL Full-text filter Daemon launcher (MSSQLSERVER)
2.    Sql server(MSSQLSERVER)
3.    Sql server agent(MSSQLSERVER)
4.    Sql server Analysis services(MSSQLSERVER)

Whenever you are re installing the SharePoint server again restart all the services or required only

Solution 2: Ensure the Site is available in the IIS as configured while installing the SharePoint by default.

Solution 3: Ensure that the UAC is turn on in the server.

Solution 4:  which already has SharePoint Designer 32 bit version installed – thus appropriate version of Office Suite is 32 bit as you can’t mix versions of Office Components. Then you probably installed SharePoint 2010 Foundation 64 bit version. And here the problem is – you have 32 bit Office Components and 64 bit SharePoint 2010 Foundation

Ensure that the versions should be same.
 


I hope the above information will help you to resolve the issue, in case of any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know. I would be more than happy to help you as well as resolves your issues, Thank you.

Friday, October 3, 2014

Deploy Office Web Apps Installed on SharePoint 2010



Deploy Office Web Apps Installed on SharePoint 2010

Office Web Apps are the online companions to Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft One Note applications. Office Web Apps enable users to access documents from anywhere by using a Web browser. Users can view, share, and work on documents with other users online across personal computers and mobile devices

MS Link:
 
 


I hope the above information will help you to resolve the issue, in case of any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know. I would be more than happy to help you as well as resolves your issues, Thank you.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

View in Browser” does not work only for PowerPoint files and Document Preview has not been working in SharePoint 2013



View in Browser” does not work only for PowerPoint files and Document Preview  has not been working in SharePoint 2013.

Issue: View in Browser” does not work only for PowerPoint files  but its working for Excel files and Document Preview  has not been working.

Solution: As long as we don’t have Office Web Apps installed in a  dedicated server, we will not have this “View in Browser” function for all Office documents. 


PowerPoint Conversion Service Application is to handle PPTX to PDF conversion and not for browser rendering.
 

I hope the above information will help you to resolve the issue, in case of any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know. I would be more than happy to help you as well as resolves your issues, Thank you.

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Installing Office web Apps 2013 components For SharePoint 2013

Installing Office web Apps 2013 components For SharePoint 2013

Definition:

Office Web Apps was first introduced with SharePoint.  Office Web Apps is an online version of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and One Note allowing users to access these applications and their respective documents from any Internet connection and most notable web browsers.  For those running SharePoint 2013, you can deploy Office Web Apps onto your SharePoint farm providing your users with the same functionality as the online version of Office Web Apps.  Deploying Office Web Apps on your SharePoint farms will add the following service applications;

·        Word Viewing Service Application
·        Excel Calculation Service
·        PowerPoint Service Application

will be extending my step by step SharePoint 2013 configuration articles and by the end of this post you will be able to open and edit Office documents from within your web browser without the requirement of having Microsoft Office installed locally.  This is a huge productivity gain for those that might be accessing their SharePoint sites from an Office is usually not available.

·        Pre-Requisites: Follow the Pre-requisite software’s to install OWA 2013.Follow the below mentioned order to avoid errors below.
                                                  
                             
                       
1.      dotNetFx40_Full_setup
2.      Power shell V3 Windows6.1-KB2506143-x64

3.      IIS 7.0 or higher
4.      .Net Frame work 4.5


 Installation:

1.     You can download Office-2013 components for SharePoint-2013 from below MS site.


2.     once the Components are downloaded local, It will download as .IMG file.
3.     We need to have WINRAR in system to Archive and Extract the file.
4.     Click on the setup file
                
                   

5.     Accept Agreements
                                   

6.     Choose the path where you want to locate the files.
7.     Click on Install Now.
8.     Click Close.
                 


Once the Installation is done, Follow the below steps to Connect OWA with SharePoint.

1.   Logon to the OWA server as the account with which you performed the install.
2.   Open Windows Power Shell by right-clicking on it and choose Run as Administrator.
3.   Type the following line and press Enter to load the Office  Web Apps Power Shell cmdlets:

                        Import-Module OfficeWebApps

4.   To create the farm, type the following Power Shell command and press Enter:

 New-OfficeWebAppsFarm –InternalURL http://OWA.contoso.com -AllowHttp–EditingEnabled:$true

5.   Acknowledge yes, that you are enabling this specific functionality, by pressing Enter when
6.   prompted.
7.   When completed, you will receive the OWA summary farm confirmation shown in Figure

                    
         
8.   That completes the installation and configuration of the Office Web Apps farm. From here you need
9.   to bind that farm to whichever host you choose. In this case, the next section steps you through
10. binding the Office Web Apps farm with the SharePoint 2013 farm. You will bind to the SharePoint farm using HTTP.

  The final step is the connection of SharePoint and OWA using HTTP.
1.   Remote desktop to the SharePoint server
2.   Open the SharePoint Management Shell by right-clicking on the icon and run it as an
3.   administrator.
4.   To create a binding between the SharePoint 2013 farm and the new OWA 2013 farm, run
5.   the following command and press Enter:

           New-SPWOPIBinding –Server Name owa.contoso.com –Allow HTTP

                  6. Set up a zone that instructs SharePoint to communicate with OWA 2013:
                  Set-SPWopiZone –zone "internal-http"

          Now SharePoint is ready to take advantage of the Office Web Apps.


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