Alternate access mappings and "List does not exist" error..... how to fix? RRS feed

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  • Hello,

    I am using Sharepoint 2010 and we have run into an issue where we get the error "List does not exist" when clicking on the "Add document" link (for a Shared document).  This is happening only on Subsites but not in the main site for whatever reason.  In looking around for what the issue is, I came across several references to something called the Alternate Access Mappings.  From what I gathered there, I ran more tests and found that the error occurs when we access the site via a different domain name.  For example, if we access the subsite via http://mydomain, it works fine. But if we access the site via, we get the error.  When I found the Aternatle Access Mappings (AAM) area in he administration console, I noticed that the site was listed there as http://mydomain.  My assumption is that if we do something to add the to the  AAM, all will be well.  My problem is that I can't find the area that I need to change/add.  On the AAM page, there are options to "Edit Public URLs", "Add Internal URLs", and "Map to External Resource".  I don't want to muck around in there without knowing what really needs to be done.    Does anyone have any information on what I would need to do?

    Thanks - Peter

    Thursday, June 6, 2013 5:19 PM


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