Service Applications in SharePoint are associated with web applications, and specific services are typically deployed as needed in a particular farm. Only deployed services are referred to as service applications. This is a huge advantage in terms of conserving resources and optimizing performance. For instance, a specific web application can be configured to use only the services it needs. The number of service applications that exist is vast, and, as third-party vendors can create their own services for SharePoint Server. A list of services includes the following:
If your Usage and Health Data Collection Proxy is in a stopped state here is a quick bit of PowerShell to to Start Service Application Proxy
Name: SharePoint Administration
Service Name: SPAdminV4
Description: Performs administrative tasks for SharePoint
Path to Executable: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\16\BIN\WSSADMIN.EXE
Created an external list SharePoint 2016 using business data connectivity services, configured secure store target application and created external list in SharePoint.
The external list displayed this error message with a correlation ID.
“Unable to render the data. If the problem persists, contact your web server administrator.”
There are many great articles that talks about how to configure your SharePoint 2013 farm for apps development. At the end of this article I will list a lot of these great references. I’m going to try to summarize the… Read More ›