Sharepoint error code 1000

sharepoint error code 1000

Users will notice an error message of 'Event ID 1000' in their Event Viewer log. This entry basically means that a specific application crashed. This provides drastically increased performance and reduces the number of API actions required by a factor of 1,000. However, it is much more. The following list describes system error codes for errors 1000 to 1299. They are returned by the GetLastError function when many functions.

Sharepoint error code 1000 - topic consider

?{$_.Correlation -eq "f53b559c-f70e-002f-694c-7d3b8b55f534"} (SecurityProtocolType)3072; List listResult = _context.Web.Lists.GetByTitle(listName); CamlQuery camlQuery = new CamlQuery { ViewXml = query }; Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ListItemCollection result = listResult.GetItems(camlQuery);

<View><RowLimit>1000</RowLimit><Query><Where><And><Eq><FieldRef Name='TravelForm' /><Value Type='Lookup'>47161</Value></Eq><Eq><FieldRef Name='Source' /><Value Type='Text'>Travel Center</Value></Eq></And></Where></Query></View>

The above method giving us the error exceeded Treshould limit.

can anyone guide here , for some other lists its working only for some specific list we are doing in batches but the above code is not working for some specific lists . we did checked all the list settings nothing cahnged for some of the lists but these lists are giving error.

Please let me know anyone finds any solution for this .

I am fetching the list from the different SharePoint as we were not facing this problem initially now we are facing this for for fetching the list items.

public Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ListItemCollection GetListItems(string listName, string query = "") { ServicePointManager.SecurityProtocol = (SecurityProtocolType)48

Solve the ‘Deployment failed’ error in the app catalog

Applies to:Event Management for Office 365/SharePoint online

The following article describes the reason and what to do if you want to upload the add-in ‘’ to your app catalog and you see the following error in the ‘App Package Error Message’ column.:

Deployment failed. Correlation ID: [Unique Correlation ID]

Deployment failed error

You need to install the ‘’ if you want to use the Event Management app on a modern SharePoint site.


You see this error if you want to upload and deploy the ‘’ app package to your tenant app catalog and you are not a site collection administrator in your app catalog site.

SharePoint Framework (sppkg) app packages will be deployed to a hidden document library in the app catalog site called ‘Client Site Assets’. You can open the library if you navigate to in your browser. By default this library does not inherit permissions from the app catalog site and no user or group has any permissions. This means that the library can only be viewed if you are a site collection administrator.


Add yourself to the site collection administrators:
You have to be a Global or SharePoint administrator in your Office 365 tenant to do this. If this is not the case, please forward these instructions to your SharePoint administrator.

In the SharePoint admin center click on Sites/Active Sites. Select the app catalog site and click on Owners/Change admins and add yourself to the administrators.

Deployment failed error

Go back to the app catalog, delete the app and upload and deploy it again.

Correlation IDs are introduced in SharePoint 2010 to uniquely identify each error encountered. Later, these correlation IDs are used as a starting point reference to get the complete error details from ULS logs during troubleshooting issues.

How to check correlation ID in SharePoint 2016?

While it’s possible to open and search ULS logs correlation IDs with notepad, There are some easy ways and tools to lookup correlation ID errors in SharePoint Server.

Here is a typical SharePoint “Sorry, something went wrong” error page with a correlation ID.

sharepoint 2013 sorry something went wrong correlation id - powershell to get detailed error from uls log correlation id

Find SharePoint Server correlation ID using PowerShell

Just get the correlation ID in SharePoint from the error page and pass it to the PowerShell cmdlet: Get-SPLogEvent. Here are some examples: Login to your SharePoint server(s), Open SharePoint 2016 management shell and replace the GUID with your correlation ID.

#Get all details of the error Get-SPLogEvent select Area, Category, Level, EventID, Message

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