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I have a site that has a "missing server-side dependencies" rule hit, but the webpart that the script is listing doesn't seem to match any errors. They are all legit webparts that run.

  • Tried ?contents=1
  • Tried powershell to enumerate webparts (all legit)
  • Tried stsadm -o databaserepair
  • Tried to Remove all Webparts that match "ErrorWebPart"
  • Tried to Dismount and remount the content database, error comes back

    Output:

    Id             : d6e70663-9fa7-486f-ad65-46aba9b6688b
    SiteId         : bab515f7-ccee-4816-a122-999dac5358ed
    DirName        : sharepoint/subsite/subsite
    LeafName       : default.aspx
    WebId          : f0cf081b-3d9a-4ae4-b36f-3df8c7580ac5
    ListId         : 
    tp_ZoneID      : Right
    tp_DisplayName : 
    
    Id             : d6e70663-9fa7-486f-ad65-46aba9b6688b
    SiteId         : bab515f7-ccee-4816-a122-999dac5358ed
    DirName        : sharepoint/subsite/subsite
    LeafName       : default.aspx
    WebId          : f0cf081b-3d9a-4ae4-b36f-3df8c7580ac5
    ListId         : 
    tp_ZoneID      : Right
    tp_DisplayName : 
    
    Id             : cb0f1822-9dc2-41d4-8aae-11d293891774
    SiteId         : bab515f7-ccee-4816-a122-999dac5358ed
    DirName        : sharepoint/subsite
    LeafName       : default.aspx
    WebId          : afda6158-c9fd-468e-a381-1ba92f8817fa
    ListId         : 
    tp_ZoneID      : Left
    tp_DisplayName : 
    

The default.aspx has nothing but legit webparts:

  • LVWP, XSLT ListView WebPart, PageViewer WebPart , Image Webpart

I don't want any answers that are not supported. No SQL Scripts to remove these features, only supported methods, thanks.

  • did you try to use the Codeplex solution find the culprit...spm.codeplex.com – Waqas Sarwar MVP Sep 16 '14 at 18:06
  • how can I do that to find faulty webparts? – Mike Sep 16 '14 at 18:19
  • did you open the site in SPM? you can browse each page and find the where that id's exist...i dont think it will tell you if their is any fault...another tool which give you link if you type the id featurenamefromid.codeplex.com – Waqas Sarwar MVP Sep 16 '14 at 18:30
  • You mean featureadmin.codeplex.com ? I can't find any features that are faulty. – Mike Sep 16 '14 at 18:35
  • it will tell you if feature is faulty rather it will tell you if their is any feature exist with the ID.. – Waqas Sarwar MVP Sep 16 '14 at 18:41

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