Eventid 8031 visible every 15 minutes


Hi,

i had a problem at customer environment, which is caused by whatever 🙂
Ihave done many investigation and found at least a solution for this damn error message.

But let me say some words to the message i got.
First of all the message itself:
#############################################################
An exception occurred while updating addresses for connected app
{83f13686-3390-453c-9753-4b5d2726a3e0_45636645-c9c7-41d7-8e25-5f29e6cbed7c}.
The uri endpoint information may be stale. System.InvalidOperationException:
The requested application could not be found.
at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPTopologyWebServiceApplicationProxy.ProcessCommonExceptions(Uri endpointAddress, String operationName, Exception ex, SPServiceLoadBalancerContext context)
at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPTopologyWebServiceApplicationProxy.ExecuteOnChannel(String operationName, CodeBlock codeBlock)
at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPTopologyWebServiceApplicationProxy.GetEndPoints(Guid serviceId)
at Microsoft.SharePoint.SPConnectedServiceApplicationAddressesRefreshJob.Execute(Guid targetInstanceId)
###############################################################

Unfortunately there is no hint for, where to have a look or what is the source of this endpoint he is looking for (except that it is a webservice).
Aftere many times of research i found a webpage, where some users are also facing to nearly the same issue (here/ Entry added by Lance Davis AZ).

First, he prefered to do a query to SQL – SharePoint config_db like this, where YOURID will taken place by the id shown in your eventlog:

SELECT ID, Properties FROM [Objects] WHERE [Name] LIKE ‚%YOURID%‘

As next step you should use an undocumented switch within stsadm (which is still available in SharePoint 2010, YEAH), where ColumnID will be replace by the ID in the result pane in SQL:

STSADM -o deleteconfigurationobject -id <ColumnID>

Thats it!
In my case there is no need to perform a IISRESET, so it is possible to do this at runtime!
Have fun,
Ingo

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