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Search Server Gatherer - Custom hierarchical protocol handler ISearchProtocol for MOSS 2010

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


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?



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