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I am resolving Missing Server Side Dependencies Error on SP 2013. While Trying to resolve missing Feature Error, I tried to find the Feature from Content DB, but it didn't return any result.

select * from Features where FeatureId in('MyFeatureID')

Then I tried Powershell script

$featureID = "My FeatureID"
$siteID = "SideID"   

#Display site information

$site = Get-SPSite $siteID  
Write-Host "Checking Site:" $site.Url

#Remove the feature from all subsites
ForEach ($web in $Site.AllWebs)
    {
        If($web.Features[$featureID])
            {
                Write-Host "`nFound Feature $featureID in web:"$Web.Url"`nRemoving feature"
                $web.Features.Remove($featureID, $true)
            }
            else
            {
                Write-Host "`nDid not find feature $featureID in web:" $Web.Url
            }   
    }

#Remove the feature from the site collection
If ($Site.Features[$featureID])
    {
        Write-Host "`nFound feature $featureID in site:"$site.Url"`nRemoving Feature"
        $site.Features.Remove($featureID, $true)
    }
    else
    {
        Write-Host "Did not find feature $featureID in site:" $site.Url
    }

it did not work

Then I tried stsadm -o uninstallfeature -id <id-of-feature-missing> -force it didn't remove the message from Health Analyzer.

Can anybody help?

Thanks in advance.

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Did you use the SharePoint 2013 or SharePoint 2016?

If you use SharePoint 2016, you should install the August 2016 PU, because when you firstly deploy SharePoint Server 2016 this rule can generate false errors.

To troubleshoot the issue, check things below:

  1. Go to Central Administration->manage service applications->search service application-> Farm Search Administration->edit the page-> Make any change to a web part (e.g., change the title of a web part), and then undo->save the web part.

  2. Go to Central Administration->manage service applications->search service application-> Search Administration->edit the page-> Make any change to a web part (e.g., change the title of a web part), and then undo->save the web part.

  3. Go to Central Administration->Monitoring > Health Analyzer > Review problems and solutions->Click on the error ”Missing server side dependencies”->Click the “Re-analyze Now” button in the ribbon->Click Close-> Wait a minute or two->Click the error link again.

For more detailed information, refer to the articles below.

Missing server side dependencies (SharePoint Server).

SharePoint 2013 Health Analyzer: Missing Server Side Dependencies.

  • Thanks for your reply. I am using SharePoint 2013. I tried changing Search web part Title as suggested, unfortunately, the problem still persists. – Azra Jul 3 at 3:57

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