“ Restore-SpSite : The operation that you are
attempting to perform cannot be completed successfully. No content databases in
the web application were available to store your site collection. The existing
content databases may have reached the maximum number of site collections, or
be set to read-only, or be offline, or may already contain a copy of this site
collection. Create another content database for the Web application and then
try the operation again “
Workflow created using SharePoint designer is not
getting started and the initiator is Anonymous.
Recently I ran across an issue where a SharePoint
Designer workflow associated with a list was showing the below symptoms. It was
a simple list and a basic workflow sending an email. The status of the workflow
Initiator : Anonymous and Internal Status : Not started
How to fix this
1. Make sure that the below services are in Running
Query suggestions are phrases that you want the search
system to suggest to users as they start typing a query. For example, as you
start to type "Chicago", they may be able to picka word that starts with "Chicago"
from a list below the Search Box.
The Query Suggestion feature needs to be enabled at the
Service Application level to be activated.Once this is done there are 2 ways to
implement query suggestion.
1. Manually upload the query suggestion list into
2. The search system automatically creates
suggestions for a query when users have clicked one or more of the results for
that query at least six times.
uploading the query suggestion
1. Browse to Central
Administration -> Service
Applications -> Search Service
2. Go to Queries
and Results -> Query Suggestions
3. Select Show
4. In Always suggest phrases -> Import from text file
Central Administration -> Monitoring -> Review job definitions ->Prepare query suggestions-> Run Now
6. In this example, I start typing for the word “Chicago”,
all words starting with Chicago is automatically picked up.
<Path> specifies the full UNC path of the .csv
file (the thesaurus) to be imported.Universal Naming Convention (UNC) is a way
to identify a shared file in a computer without having to specify (or know) the
storage device it is on. In Windows operating systems, the UNC name format is: