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We have SharePoint 2007 up and running for a few months. We have 6 site collections. Last weekend two of the site collections become read only. Only two of us are Site Owner with Full Control.
althought, another person and myself are Primany/Seconday Site Collection Administrator. I verify this by
Central Administration > Application Management > Site Collection Owners.
neither of us can access to the site collection from the web to add pages, to create lists, to add/remove users, or to set permission to the site colletions.
Any idea why, please let us know. Greatly appreciated.
Usage analysis processing is enable for my farm in both Central Administration and in the SSP.
I've checked TImer Job Status and the three timer jobs responsible for doing the log analsis are all running.
I've also checked the log file locations and the log files are being generated.
Yet when I browse the "Site collection usage summary" report (SpUsageSite.aspx) I get the following:
No data is available for this report. Usage analysis might have been enabled only recently, or there might have been insufficient usage to result in any values for the report.
My farm is running 2007 Enterprise SP2 (220.127.116.1121).
Can someone confirm if this issue was fixed with one of the CU's that were issues post-SP2?
Does anyone know if the Site Collection Usage Report includes activity that occurs from Outlook? For example, if a user contributes to a discussion board without ever physically touching the site or if the user just reads list content from Outlook,
is this included?
ANY help at all is greatly appreciated.
In our SharePoint installation we have an SSP which indexes local office sharepoint server sites.ÃÂ However there is a problem, although we can do portal searches which reveal search results it is not able to doÃÂ local searches at the site collection level and as aÃÂ result we are presented with the typical error below.
No results matching your search were found.
I am unsure as to why this strange event is occuring.ÃÂ We do not have the WSS Search component running in the MOSS environment as the SSP service should be able to index and server search queries at the portal and local site collection level.
Any thoughts to this?