I got the problem, that the Visio Service Application was stopped and i was not able to start it. I tried via GUI and Powershell and so on. But even if i deleted the old one and create a new one, it stucks cause of timeout. So i created it from cratch by Powershell. Before i deleted everything (Service Application, Application Pool, Application Proxy) via Powershell. Now i’d like to share my Script for that:
#Create Visio Application Pool New-SPServiceApplicationPool -Name "Visio Graphic Service Application Pool" $VisioAppPool = Get-SPServiceApplicationPool "Visio Graphic Service Application Pool" #Create Visio Service Application $VisioApp = New-SPVisioServiceApplication -ApplicationPool $VisioAppPool -Name "Visio Graphic Service Application" Get-SPServiceApplication | Select Name #Create Visio Application Proxy $VisioAppProxy = New-SPVisioServiceApplicationProxy -ServiceApplication "Visio Graphic Service Application" -Name "Visio Graphic Service Application Proxy" Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy | Select Name #start service if it's not running $visio = Get-SPVisioServiceApplication $visio.Provision()
In my case it was important to call $visio.Provion() to start the Service Application. Afterwords i had to start the service itself via Central Administration at Manage Services. It worked like a charm.The article or information provided here represents completely my own personal view & thought. It is recommended to test the content or scripts of the site in the lab, before making use in the production environment & use it completely at your own risk. The articles, scripts, suggestions or tricks published on the site are provided AS-IS with no warranties or guarantees and confers no rights.