0

I want to set up cross site publishing of a pages library as a catalog. I want to do this while using variations. Thus, I have a source publishing site collection with two variation labels. Each of the respective subsites contains a page library that I want to publish as a catalog each. The pages libraries contain sample article pages. Each article page has a managed metadata field that contains a term from the managed metadata service termstore. I then publish (and crawl) the two catalogs from the source site collection using the "Title" field as a catalog item url field.

On the target publishing site collection where I want to consume the catalog, I have also set up two identical variation labels. If I open the "manage catalog connections" settings of a variation site I can see both published catalogs. However, if I try to connect to the catalog corresponding to the same variation label, I run into the error "Properties Title specified by the shared catalog could not be found in search schema". I get the very same error when I try to set up the connection for the other one of the variations.

The search service application's search schema does in fact contain a crawled property "Title" mapped to a managed property "Title". Can someone tell me what is going wrong? How do I fix this error?

0

Importing cmp files seems to break cross-site publishing!

I suspected that the problem had something to do with variations, but after additional tests and research I found that the culprit was in the way the sample article pages were created: I created these pages and then exported the pages library as a .cmp file by using the Export-SPWeb command. After subsequently importing them into the target site with the corresponding Import-SPWeb command, everything seemed fine and the pages looked normal. However, cross-site publishing after importing the cmp file triggered this error. I have since abandoned this approach of importing cmp files and create the pages in another way which has solved the problem for me.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.