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Deleted managed path - how to get back?

  Asked By: Hope    Date: Jan 23    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 2017

Earlier today my customer deleted a web application, then managed to restore it
somehow. Then I was trying to publish an InfoPath form and got the message
"Getting the site content type columns failed".

Googling this message led me to think it was a managed path issue. So I have
deleted the (root) managed path. ow I cannot access the SP site at all....

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Answer #1    Answered By: Jolene Sandoval     Answered On: Jan 23

What did you figure out? Share with the rest of the class!

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Brandan Roach     Answered On: Jan 23

Well, I have been getting an error while trying to publish  an InfoPath form  to a
SP doc library. It was working fine till my customer  accidentally deleted  the
web app. Somehow he restored it, but I still get the error:

"getting the site  content type  columns failed"

Google found a site that said I needed to change the manage paths from Explicit
Inclusion to Wildcard Inclusion. So I deleted the (root) entry for Explicit
Inclusion. That broke the site (or access  to it anyway) and it took me awhile to
figure out that to add a (root) entry you put a forward slash in the Path
textbox.

 
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