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      by dbrs at 2012-09-06 06:41:49

      Is there a way to get powershell to wait for the solution to be deployed before returning from Install-SPSolution? currently I get an error when I try to activate my features since the solution has not been marked as deployed. the old stsadm deploysolution waited…

      by dbrs at 2012-09-06 09:53:45

      Looks like I needed the -Local parameter. when I add that it seems to deploy right away. Seems a bit odd to me…

      by ToddKlindt at 2012-09-07 14:20:17

      I don’t know of any way to do this. -Local won’t work very well if you have multiple servers in your farm. You might have to write some PowerShell that does the install-spsolution, then loop through get-spsolution until your solution shows up.

      tk

      by Colinstrose at 2012-09-09 19:11:18

      #Wait for solution to be deployed
      do {Start-Sleep -s 10} while ($solution.Deployed -eq $false)

      /Colin

      by dbrs at 2012-09-10 11:58:54

      Thanks all, Colin, I see you are sleeping for 10 seconds in between waits, I had coding something up to sleep 1 second at a time, but it did seem to take about 10 seconds to deploy/undeploy on my local machine. Is that about normal? I also had it timeout after 40 seconds. I guess I should bump these numbers up a bit. any thoughts?

      by ToddKlindt at 2012-12-16 08:42:49

      am just trying to fix something to get my BCS external list created. All indications are that the server has too many rows for BCS so here is what I put into the Powershell IDE running as administrator:

      $bdc = Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy
      | Where {$_ -match "Business Data Connectivity"}
      $throttle = Get-SPBusinessDataCatalogThrottleConfig -ThrottleType Connections
      -Scope Global
      -ServiceApplicationProxy $bdc
      Set-SPBusinessDataCatalogThrottleConfig -Enforced $false -Identity $throttle

      Here is the error I got:

      An empty pipe element is not allowed.
      At D:\Troubleshooting\Powershell\DisableThrottleForBCS\FixToGetWalkthroughForBCSExternalListWorking.ps1:2 char:9
      + | <<<< Where {$_ -match "Business Data Connectivity"}
      + CategoryInfo : ParserError: (:) [], ParentContainsErrorRecordException
      + FullyQualifiedErrorId : EmptyPipeElement

      Please help if you can see the error.

      when you get a "An empty pipe element is not allowed" error that something on the left of the pipe "|" returns nothing and passes nothing on to the thing on the right side of the pipe. To troubleshoot remove the variable and start piecing the statement together one step at a time until you get to the part that spits out nothing. In this case that means start with this:

      Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy
      Make sure this gives you some output. Then add the next step:

      $bdc = Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy | Where {$_ -match &quot;Business Data Connectivity&quot;}
      And make sure that returns something, and so on.

      tk

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