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he SharePoint item being crawled returned an error when requesting data from the web service. ( Error from SharePoint site: *** URL: https://xxx.xxx.xx:443 does not match any of the AAM Mappings registered for the server,

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  • Hi,

    in sharepoint 2013 when i run full crawl against a content source i get the following error in crawl logs and users are unable to search with the text exists in word documents that is saved in this sites document library.

    The SharePoint item being crawled returned an error when requesting data from the web service. ( Error from SharePoint site: *** URL: https://xxx.xxx.xx:443 does not match any of the AAM Mappings registered for the server, CorrelationID: c4b0ed33-d646-a08a-32a3-79948b60590e; SearchID = 59A2334-7659-43fC1-9C63-72F7B5989590 )

    there is only one url in publiczone but different urls in internal url in AAM

    Crawl log error messages

    Count Error message
    192 An unrecognized HTTP response was received when attempting to crawl this item. Verify whether the item can be accessed using your browser.
    29 The SharePoint item being crawled returned an error when requesting data from the web service.
    1 The SharePoint item being crawled returned an error when attempting to download the item.
    1 Error while crawling LOB contents.
    1 The filtering process has been terminated


    adil


    • Edited by adilahmed Wednesday, May 03, 2017 7:33 AM
    Wednesday, May 03, 2017 7:12 AM

Answers

  • Hi adilahmed,

    From the error message, it seems that there are more than one problems.

    Does your content source contains a https://xxx.xxx.xx:443URL?

    For the error message: The SharePoint item being crawled returned an error when attempting to download the item.

    Check the following article:

    https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/sp/?p=163

    For the error message: Error while crawling LOB contents.

    Does you crawl External Content?

    Make sure crawl account to have EXECUTE rights on the external content type. Look in the Search Service Application for what account is used for crawl, then go to the BCS service application and grant the crawl account EXECUTE rights on the External Content Type.

    Besides, run the following PowerShell to collect information from ULS log:

    Merge-SPLogFile-Path "C:\error.log" -Correlation "c4b0ed33-d646-a08a-32a3-79948b60590e"

    Best Regards,

    Lisa Chen


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