I'm not aware of a powershell way to do this in SharePoint Online. I suggest you open a support ticket in the admin portal to see if Microsoft can assist with this, or you will need to use a third party tool like ShareGate to accomplish this.
Is the issue existing in every file or a few files?
Try to troubleshoot this issue as following:
Make sure the search service application is actively crawling the content, and the files are crawled.
Please check if the following timer jobs is running, then re-run them and check again:
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I solved the problem by change the default AAM from "https://servername" to "https://mysharepoint.abc.xyz". The search is working for this string pattern now.
However now something else is breaking. When I click my name at ...
Please check if SSL is configured correctly as per below link.
Also check if you are passing http:// (without S) in u, does it work?
Definitely it has something to do with your SSL certificate not configured correctly. If you SharePoint admin, please check if SSL is ...
Per my knowledge it is not doable to change a sub-site to the root site. Here is approach you can have a try.
If you have the site collection administrator permission, visit "http://yoursite/_layouts/sitemanager.aspx", you'll see a site manager, where you can do a move operation of all contents.
You can move your sub-site 2 and 3 to be the sub-sites of ...
The answer is "No": CoreResultsWebPart generally works, even in 2019. (This was my question, anyhow.)
The problem in my case seems to be that it can access SearchScopes which might be existing in the farm or not (depending on whether SSA was migrated or not) but I feel most of them do not work anymore (Some do, though). They SearchScopes can be used (if ...
The problem here seems not to be search, but the DocumentID.
Is there anything in the one Library that is modifying the Documents or Ids?
You should also check that all EventReceivers are still registered and working. There should be at least
Reset the entire search index? No. Reindex a specific site via the button in site settings? Shouldn't cause any issues.
Also, check the site setting: "allow this site to appear in search results". And, it wouldn't hurt to verify with IT that the account that is used for the crawl has access to the site.
I have completely reconfigured entire SSAs in one step (e.g. moving Search away from a WebFrontEnd server, enabling HighAvailability, ...). This is no problem at all.
The steps are:
Clone your existing topology
Modify the cloned topology
Activate the cloned topology
Optional: Delete the old topology
The entire process is described here in great detail: ...
Please do the following steps as below to troubleshoot this issue:
Restart the "SharePoint Server Search 15" service.
Make sure there is enough memory and disk space.
Reconfiguring Content Processing Component, follow the steps as below:
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according to the official doc, there is no way to enable filtering of search results.
"The modern search experience doesn't support changing the sort order of results or building refiners based on metadata. Therefore, the following search schema settings don’t affect the modern search experience" Quote from here
And the MS staff is now working on adding ...