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I'm using PowerShell to add metadata to my termstore. When I go to the central administration, in metadata service application I can see that I have one termstore. But when I try to access it through :

$session = new-object Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy.TaxonomySession($site)
$termstore = $session.TermStores[$TermStoreData.termstore.name]

I don't find anything, and if I take a look at the $session object I see everything empty except the "OfflineTermstoreNames",

Do you have any ideas how I could access to the metadata termstore ?

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  • I have the same problem. Term store exists. I'm administrator, on the service, group, and set and yet powershell says there are no term stores. DefaultKeywordsTermStore DefaultSiteCollectionTermStor OfflineTermStoreNames TermStores e ------------------------ ----------------------------- --------------------- ---------- {Managed Metadata Service} {} Commented Dec 19, 2012 at 23:23
  • I have the same Problem. So when you say TurnOff the server do you really mean by server or MMS Service? Please help
    – user15403
    Commented Mar 7, 2013 at 16:11

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Using:

$session = Get-SPTaxonomySession -Site $site

$termStore = $session.TermStores[$TermStoreData.termstore.name]

Does it works?

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  • No, still the same proble, I have one item in OfflineTermstoreNames, and nothing in termstore :s Commented Jul 5, 2012 at 14:26
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Have you tried checking what termstores are available in $session.TermStores (by iterating on it)?

Are you having multiple Managed Metadata Services?

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  • Yes, i've tried that, but there is no termstore "online" at all. When I look directly in my $session variable. I can only see one OfflineTermstoreName, all the other element are empty :s Commented Jul 9, 2012 at 6:24
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I've found what I was looking for :

Being Administrator on the group, on the termset, on the termstore and on the service.

Turn off the server and turn it on.

It was ok for me

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Maybe some of your MetaData Service Instances are disabled. See:http://blogbaris.blogspot.ch/2013/04/offline-metadata-instances-in.html

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I tried all of the above with no success, but managed to bring my MM term store back online with a stop and start of ALL running instances of the Managed Metadata Web Service from the Services on Server page

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Had this problem. Creating a new web app, importing terms to term store and session is null. Solution was to open a new powershell session and ran my termstore related commands.

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