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Down at the Index Server section the 'Index Server' drop-down is disabled and blank and it says "No indexers" underneath it. Une erreur est survenue:Nos techniciens essaient de resoudre le plus vite possible 3. by akshatk » Fri, 30 Apr 2010 09:13:45 hi i am new to MOSS and working from last 3 weeks in this tool. First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. http://internetmairie.com/sharepoint-error/sharepoint-error-404-1.html

I have logged in as system account. Reply Binu says: August 31, 2011 at 8:46 am Hi After adding a couple new columns to the faceted search my search is giving this error Server Error in ‘/' Application. Find 'Office SharePoint Server Search' service and start it.5. All rights reserved.Newsletter|Contact Us|Privacy Statement|Terms of Use|Trademarks|Site Feedback TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL Server his comment is here

Information is useful! You get the same Error when the server is on fire as you do when there is small hiccup. There is no Office SharePoint service listed in the SERVICES.MSC list - only Windows Sharepoint Services Search. We don't want them all to get new alerts when new content is discovered when we recrawl in a minute.

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  • Maybe MS will change that before release?
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  • Also,make sure you search server(s) are started.
  • Exception Details: System.Web.HttpException: Multiple controls with the same ID ‘ErrorIcon' were found.
  • Find ‘Office SharePoint Server Search’ service and start it.     5.
  • Hover over the SSP name, click the drop down arrow and click Edit properties Scroll to the bottom of the page and select your Index server from the Index Server dropdown.
  • After starting the service it still did not resolve the issue, so I tried to find where to assign the indexer to the site.
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  • Now if you did want to just start and stop the service there is a way to do this: Open a command prompt Type net stop osearch and press enter Type

Reply RST says: July 10, 2009 at 3:09 pm Hi, I am getting IE icon for all of my search results (for DOCX , XLS , PDF etc) , I am Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... the service will not start because there is no indexer....and you can't configure it because there is no indexer server listed....  does anyone know of way to fix this ? Open the SSP Administration page Click on Search Administration and see what it has to say. (if you don't see Search Administration this means you have not installed the infrastructure update.

http://msmvps.com/blogs/shane/archive/2007/01/21/become-administrator-of-the-entire-web-application.aspx If that checked out ok then the next thing I would check is to make sure your web application is set to integrated authentication and not basic authentication. Before long, I realized that it is not on the site collection settings, nor on the web application settings but instead on the content database setting. by Belgarion » Thu, 29 Apr 2010 07:11:43 Hi Amir, The problem for me (and many, many others out here) is that step 4 above (Configure Office Sharepoint Search service) simply https://msayem.wordpress.com/2011/03/03/no-indexers-error-in-sharepoint-central-admin/ Thanks Reply Paul Chapman says: May 5, 2010 at 7:13 am Hi, In case it is helpful to anyone, I had the ‘no indexers' problem and the solution was re-running the

I am using SP 2007 right now. Hit the OK button. 8. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Success Stories eGroup reduces the complexity of our customers' IT environments, while dramatically lowering costs and enabling a flexible, agile IT Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

All rights reserved. https://sites.google.com/site/kishoresharepointblog/trouble-shooting/no-indexers-issue-in-moss2007 I had the same issue with my Search Server. So run stsadm –o help like below and take a look at the output. Click on the Operations tab (Middle one). 3.

what are the possible things that can be done for it are: 1. http://internetmairie.com/sharepoint-error/sharepoint-error-6143.html Tuesday, September 25, 2007 7:37 PM Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi there,   Sorry for being a little upset in my previous post. That will make sure all the services are installed properly. Confirm that you have the correct index location.

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Select "Services on Server"  under Topology and Serivces   4. can u please help me regarding this with any of the solution. Join Now For immediate help use Live now!

I can not find any STSADM parameters that will install Office Sharepoint Search.

On my VM, I installed SQL 2005 then MOSS. The second reason is the easier of the two.  The indexer service may not be started on a server.  In Central Administration.  Go to Operations tab and then look at the Topology of J A very helpful trick. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website five + = nine Shane Young here to make all of your SharePoint and Azure dreams come true.

I did not have to reinstall Reply wael says: July 4, 2007 at 3:42 am How did you do that? How do I get them to be on the list? Connect with top rated Experts 19 Experts available now in Live! http://internetmairie.com/sharepoint-error/sharepoint-error-6858.html [email protected] | 1.877.eGroup.1 | 1.877.347.6871 eGroup Corporate Office 482 Wando Park Blvd.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. I’ve been hearing about John Beck’s program these days. will the system create a new log file? And in their attempts to straighten it out they changed some pieces that weren't broken.

L If you haven't done any monkeying around with changing your default content access account then it should have been automatically granted full access to your content source. it's a vicious cycle. I have the same problem as above , i donot have Indexer service running and when i go to Operations-> Services on server there is no Office sharepoint search service. Another note even though this fix is only listed as applying to Windows 2003 it also applies to Windows 2008, had a different client need it last week.

Could not write to output file 'The directory name is invalid.' SHAREPOINT 2007: THE RESOURCE CANNOT BE FOUND. In the GUI there is no stop until the service gets too started, not even a reboot will help. Powered by Blogger. June 24, 2009/0 Comments/in Blog On /by eGroupI have seen a lot of issues with the "No Indexers" issue when installing and configuring a SharePoint installation in Farm Mode.  In a

Check ‘Use this server for indexing content' option, fill other required (Note, for all SharePoint configuration accounts follow DOMAIN\USERNAME, if not in some cases you will encounter errors that hardly ever