Last updated on MAY 19, 2017
Applies to:Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 188.8.131.52.0 and later
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When attempting to save or view query folders, an error may be displayed depending on the user's security credentials.
Set up a system with the the latest OPatch.
Use FrameworkFolders. Make sure accounts are setup and used.
Create some non-admin users that have rights to some sample accounts and to documents without accounts.
As one of these non-admin users, create and save a query folder. I would create a query folder that actually has some docs.
The easiest way to create a query folder is just to do a search and then you can save the results as a query folder.
PROVIDE A CLEAR DESCRIPTION OF THE ACTUAL RESULTS, AS WELL AS THE EXPECTED
RESULTS, FROM REPRODUCING THE PROBLEM.
Content Server Request Failed
Unable to execute service FLD_BROWSE and function retrieveChildFiles.
The error was caused by an internally generated issue. The error has been logged
>services/3 08.09 11:50:47.405 IdcServer-340469
services/3 08.09 11:50:47.405 IdcServer-340469 *ScriptStack FLD_BROWSE
services/3 08.09 11:50:47.405 IdcServer-340469 3:retrieveChildFiles,**no
services/3 08.09 11:50:47.405 IdcServer-340469 at
Lots of data added to the server recently. This issue only appears with large data sets where long query times become an issue.
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