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When this error comes up:

I uninstalled SharePoint 2013 and installed SharePoint 2013 again, I faced this issue.


1)      Start –> Computer –> Advanced System Settings(Left Quick launch) –> Environment Variables

2)      Under system variables section find PSModulePath variable and delete it.


3)      Then run the prerequisiteinstaller.exe( its good if you run the prerequisiteinstaller from command prompt)





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Nice article on Chart control..
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Chart control in .Net

Thanks Scott Mitchell for sharing this…

At the time of Mysql installation we’re facing this bug..What’s the solution?.

Follow three steps:

1. Start-> Settings–> Control Panel–> Add/Remove programs: remove all the programs of Mysql
2. Go to this directory C:/Program Files/MySQL and delete the Mysql folder
3. Give this C:/Documents and Settings/All Users/Application Data/MySQL path in Run –> Open: Then delete the info of Mysql

Now start the fresh installation…….

hope it works……

Showing Current number of user in online is common in the part of developing a web site.

How to achieve that??? very simple.

1. Add Global.asax file to your application(web)

2. Add this code…

void Application_Start(object sender, EventArgs e)
Application[“Users”] = 0;

void Session_Start(object sender, EventArgs e)
Application[“Users”] = (int)Application[“Users”] + 1;

void Session_End(object sender, EventArgs e)
Application[“Users”] = (int)Application[“Users”] – 1;

3. In the web.config file write this code…

<sessionState mode=”InProc” cookieless=”false” timeout=”15″ />


4. Use this code in your Home Page

No. of users in online ::::: <%= Application[“Users”].ToString() %>


5. Build and Run the application.

Hope it help you….





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