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Search server gatherer calls CloseAccessor() and shutdown() on ISearchProtocol after GetChunk() even if the FILTER_E_END_OF_CHUNKS is not returned. After calling shutdown() it stops calling the createaccessor() with new URL. I want to create a hierarchical
indexing but I am not gatherer is not suporting this. The same piece of code is working fine in MOSS 2007, I am facing this issue in MOSS 2010 only. Is there anything changed in MOSS 2010 which is creating this issue?
On Moss 2007, there are two search services WSS and MOSS. As Moss search provides all functions from WSS, can I shut down WSS search services?
The Search Results page in MOSS seems to list the results as links by default. My customer asked me if I could customize the search results so that they show in a data view web part. Is this possible?
MOSS farm: 1 index, 1 WFE,ÃÂ SQL cluster
When we try to start the wss search service from the web UI we gat a 'system policies must have full control' message. I can start it manually but the app log is full of event ID's 6482:
Application Server Administration job failed for service instance Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.SearchServiceInstance (da839862-de1b-4d3e-9015-3f23999ad32a).
Reason: System policies must have Full Control.
Techinal Support Details:Microsoft.SharePoint.SPException: System policies must have Full Control.ÃÂ ÃÂ at Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.SearchServiceInstance.SynchronizeDefaultContentSource(IDictionary applications)ÃÂ ÃÂ at Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.SearchServiceInstance.Synchronize()ÃÂ ÃÂ at Microsoft.Office.Server.Administration.ApplicationServerJob.ProvisionLocalSharedServiceInstances(Boolean isAdministrationServiceJob)
There is an additional similar event (event ID 6483) that we also see regularly in the event log concerning Excel services:
Application synchronization failed for Microsoft.Office.Excel.Server.ExcelServe
I don’t know much about the search settings in SharePoint. I have a requirement like I want to enable the people search for one of the SharePoint site which was
created by someone else.
I know that people search will be activated by default if we choose the site template as collaboration portal, but in this case I am not sure about the template they
used to create. By the way is there any way to find out which site template they used to create the site; that is apart.
What are the settings required to enable the people search in MOSS 2007.
i did some research in the forum before posting, but i can't seem to find a real solution for my problem, even though there are many threads discussing similar or maybe even the same problem. I will describe the problem in short, and then if someone can
help me out and needs more info i can give more details etc.
So, i am new in my enterprise, and also to "real" informatics (recently graduated master 2) and i am supposed to administer the internal IT of the company. The SharePoint expert of my company just changed job, so i was kinda hired to replace him. The problem
is, i have limited experience with SharePoint, just had my 70-630 yesterday but i am no expert.
The problem with our SharePoint is that the search won't work(doh!). The crawler is working fine, we get things indexed etc, but then searches return nothing. I tried playing with scopes but as far as i can see, it's not that. What's weird is that apparently
the search worked fine at some point in the past, then just mysteriously stopped. I discussed with the ex-admin and we tried to fix it, but we couldn't get it working.
I am kinda stuck, don't know where to look and which settings i need to check, on what le