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I have upgrade my content database in sharepoint 2010. The site collections are there but when I open the new sharepoint site the content from the 2007 content database is not being display.

Any ideas on how to solve this issue? Should I create a new web application and attach a new copy of the content database? Any help will be very appreciated.

Thanks.

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are you seeing the empty default site instead? Go to Central Admin > Application Management > Manage Content Databases. Do you see your database there and the site count? Is there another content DB here as well? –  David Lozzi Oct 18 '12 at 19:14
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Make sure you detach the Content Database that was created by default when you created your web application as there cannot be two root site collections associated with a web application. You might need to restart IIS for it to pick up that the other site collection / Content Database has been removed)

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Yes, the database is there and the site count is 1190. No other database is attach. I detach the default DB when I created the web application. I already restart IIS and still my old content is not being display on the new web application. Any ideas on what else I should check or do before I start all over again. Thanks for replying. –  user11291 Oct 19 '12 at 12:54
    
There is a root site collection in your attached database, correct? –  Dave Wise Oct 19 '12 at 14:34
    
Do I need to create a site collection for the web application? –  user11291 Oct 19 '12 at 17:25
    
I have "/" , " /mysite" and "/personal/username" . I believe "/" is my root site collection. I checked the documentation and I did not read about creating a new site collection. But I might be wrong. –  user11291 Oct 19 '12 at 17:30
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