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Content Presenter Based On CMIS Query Returns No Data When 'CollectionID' Field Set to non-Searchable (Doc ID 1479664.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 25, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version 11.1.1.6.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

NOTE: Document applies to WebCenter Portal integrated with WebCenter Content with "folders_g" enabled, not "Framework Folders".

 When opening a page containing a content presenter based on a CMIS query, the content is not shown.

This message  is seen on the page '' There are no items to display', when in fact there are valid items that should be displayed.

The following error messages occur in both WC_Spaces and Webcenter Content Server  logs.

This is the error seen in the logs:
Caused By: oracle.webcenter.content.integration.RepositoryException: <TIMESTAMP> oracle.webcenter.content.integration.spi.ucm.search.SearchService search
SEVERE: An error occurred when searching repository WebCenterSpaces-UCM. When calling service GET_SEARCH_RESULTS, as user <USER>, at timestamp <DATE_TIME>, received status code -32. The search was Search[repositoryId=WebCenterSpaces-UCM, max to return=100, useFullTextSearch=true, useCache=true, sort="toProperty('dDocTitle') ASC", fullText="
Metadata criteria((cm_contentType equals IDC:Profile:<PROFILE>)AND(<CATEGORY> [any] equals <VALUE>)AND(<SUBGROUP> [any] equals <VALUE>))
isOr=false"] and the parameter map was {ResultCount=51, FolderPathInSearchResults=1, SortField=dDocTitle, IdcService=GET_SEARCH_RESULTS, SortOrder=ASC, vcrAppendObjectClassInfo=1, StartRow=1, QueryText=(<CATEGORY>) (<SUBGROUP>), vcrContentType=IDC:Profile:<PROFILE>}.
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Changes

 

Cause

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