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When I run my crawl I get the following error message:

"There are no URLs in the system that match your request."

How can I fix this? I'm using Sharepoint 2010. I saw another post on here with the same issue but they were using SP2007.

Thanks in advance!

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Thanks for your help. I'm not sure what it was exactly but I just made a crawl rule to have it include the external database table and it miraculously worked. Unfortunately the problem I have, and can't figure out, is how to ahve this search include multiple tables from the external SQL database. So far, it only crawls 1 table, but I want all tables crawled in that database. I checked my ETCs and they have CRUD permissions/access. So I'm dumbfounded at this moment. Any ideas???? Thanks for your help by the way. – Pedro Feb 25 '11 at 19:47
In content Scope u r setting the url with IP address or server name?. – My Name is Suresh Feb 26 '11 at 7:37
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Are you sure the URL is correct? Did you set up your Content Sources to crawl SharePoint Objects or another method? Objects is the better way to go.

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This seems to be permissions related issue. Make sure that search service account has adequate access to the site

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if its crawl that fails, make sure default content access account has full read access to your site collection – Anders Rask Feb 24 '11 at 22:49

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