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Remember this post I made a bit ago: Is there a Ghost in SharePoint?
Well I spent a good couple of days looking at all kinds of error logs trying to trick it with a feature of the same GUID.  Finally, I thought what is the last thing I played with that could have a feature involved and it hit me the U2U CAML Query Builder.  I installed this feature and activated it, then realized it was showing up on every single list in my site collection farm.  I deactivated the feature and ran the uninstaller.  I didn't really check the Content and Structure Area until last week.  It made a lot of sense that this was causing the problem.  I even found the GUID on there examples for the CAML Query Builder.  I have since reinstalled the solution and made sure that the feature was deactivated.  It stinks, because I would really like to clean up that solution from my Production Server and include it on my Test Server.  Hopefully there is a new version pushed that I can fully uninstall at a later date.

Posted on Tuesday, March 4, 2008 4:13 PM MOSS | Back to top

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