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After you have set the search server to type 2, have to restarted your application server?
Try starting PSADMIN
option 1 Application Server
Administer a Domain
Choose your applcation server
Configure this domain
option 13 Load Config as shown
This will rebuild the configuration files of the application server.
After this try reopening your component.
Verity needs to be installed and configured before you can start building any indexes using the process scheduler and searching using your application server.
Verity is separately delivered. please download and run the install. Once install is odne on web,app and prcs amchines. please run the delivered indexes to make sure your installation is good.
After that run your record based indexes.
After i set it to typ2 2, i restarted my application server.
Of course, i installed the Verity seperately on the application server. They are on the same machine. I ran the delivery index as well.
Did you also choose option 13 Load Config as shown in PSADMIN.
This recreates the appserver files with the changes you made.
Maybe an unnecessary question, but did you configure a Search Server with PSADMIN and is it started?
Edited by: Hakan Biroglu on Apr 13, 2012 7:45 AM
Based on my knoeldege, i need to configure my serach server when i set the seach type as 3. Do i need to do that ?
Sorry, my bad, your are absolutely right.
Separate Search Server only needs to be defined when using remote servers (type 3).
Since you run on the the same appserver, this is not needed.
I do not see this popup in my systems. When I search for the error I can see that the message comes from the message catalog
PeopleSoft Search has not been installed.
The components needed for PeopleSoft search have not been installed, or there is some other error with the search backend.
I will try to see if I can trace where this error is being raised.
But I think there is something wrong with the Vertiy installation or the access to the Verity directory.
Can you try to build for example the Portal Registry, to see if Verity is working correct.
Main Menu > PeopleTools > Portal > Build Registry Search Index
This error is raised at serveral point in the application
Application is trying to create an empty Verity query object from the session variable.
Local ApiObject &sqQuery; /* SearchQuery */ &sqQuery = %Session.GetSearchQuery(); If None(&sqQuery) Then; Error (MsgGet(145, 21, "The PeopleSoft Search backend is not installed")); End-If;
With which user are your trying to do this. The user might be missing permissions/weblibs. Try using a super user like PS/VP1.
I seriously think there is something in your Verity installation which is not correct.
Did you try to build the Portal Registery Index and did to it give an error.