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The Tag Cloud web part is not in Web part gallery after migrating to SharePoint 2010


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Tagging Feature

Summary

The Tagging web part is not in Web parts gallery after migrating from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010.  The upgrade process was done using the attach database method. 

Symptom

  1. Open a page in edit mode
  2. Click on Add Web part
    1. Symptom 1: KWizCom web parts folder does not exist in the web part gallery
    2. Symptom 2: The Tag Cloud web part does not appear in the KWizCom web parts folder

      Resolution

      Resolution 1: Manually Deactivate and Activate KWizCom Tagging feature in single site collection

      You must be a Site collection administrator in order to perform this actions.

      You should perform the following steps:

      1. Go to Site Settings 
      2. In Site Collection Administration section click on Site Collection features link
      3. Find KWizCom Tagging Feature and click on Deactivate button.
      4. Find KWizCom Tagging Feature and click on Activate button.
      Resolution 2: Deactivate and Activate KWizCom Tagging feature in all site collections using PowerShell

      You can find the both PowerShell command described below in attached ZIP file.

      1.  To deactivate the KWizCom Tagging Feature on all site collections by using Windows PowerShell
        1. Using Notepad, open a new a text file and then copy and paste the following script into the file.

          $webAppsFeatureId = $(Get-SPFeature -limit all | where {$_.displayname -eq "KWizCom.SharePoint.Tags_TaggingSiteFeature"}).Id 
          Get-SPSite -limit ALL |foreach{Disable-SPFeature -identity $webAppsFeatureId -url $_.URL -Confirm:$false}  
        2. Save the file with a .ps1 file name extension to a folder where you run scripts (typically C:\scripts).

        3. From the Windows PowerShell command prompt (that is, PS C:\>), type the following command and press ENTER:

          C:\<path>\<filename>.ps1

      2.  To activate the KWizCom Tagging Feature on all site collections by using Windows PowerShell

        1. Using Notepad, open a new a text file and then copy and paste the following script into the file.
          $webAppsFeatureId = $(Get-SPFeature -limit all | where {$_.displayname -eq "KWizCom.SharePoint.Tags_TaggingSiteFeature"}).Id 
          Get-SPSite -limit ALL |foreach{Enable-SPFeature $webAppsFeatureId -url $_.URL -force -Confirm:$false}  
        2. Save the file with a .ps1 file name extension to a folder where you run scripts (typically C:\scripts).

        3. From the Windows PowerShell command prompt (that is, PS C:\>), type the following command and press ENTER:

          C:\<path>\<filename>.ps1

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      Last Modified: 10 Years Ago
      Last Modified By: anthony.pham
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