I'd like to follow up about the issue. I am experiencing the same thing. I apply the following filters to search for *:
and pull up no results. However, if I search for * in the Advanced Search, I get results. Any ideas?
Quick and advanced search are the same as in the Rich Client.
Does it work there?
Advanced search are predefined querries.
Quick search can be set as already mentioned by @benjamin1 in the "Quick_Access_Queries" and "Quick_Access_Queries_Attribute" preferences.
The settings Owner and Type are not used for quick search. They are used for the "index search". Indexing has to be installed and customized for ActiveWorkspace.
I issued the same situation here.
Indexing and sync is working fine but general search did not show any results and in sorl log tells nothing useful for me.
In my case extracting data.zip to %tc_data% from awc media fixed problem instantly.
1) Check the date mentiioned in querytimesslicestep.startTime in TcFtsIndexer_objdata.properties file under <TCSERVER>\TcFTSIndexer\conf folder. If item created before this date\time, that item doesn't get indexed. you have to change date there and start indexing again.
2) If you have deployed DM update, then you need to generate new solr schema for it.
copy files placed under <TCDATA>\10\ftsi\solr_schema_files\ to indexer server and run batch to generate new solr schema.
<TCSERVER>\solr\SchemaToSolrSchemaTransform.bat will generate those solr schema for you.
You have to clear previously created indexes.
runTcFTSIndexer.bat -task=objdata:clear and enter Y. It will clear all indexes.
Run runTcFTSIndexer.bat -task=objdata:index to regenrate indexes. In this case, items create\updated on\after date mentioned in step 1 get indexed. Once complete, try to search item.
3) If all items are indexed and you still not find item, there may be chance that, indexing didn't happen for that particular item.
Run TcFTSIndexer.bat -task=objdata:indexsyncfailures
Errors may get fixed in next indexing sync command.
I hope this helps. If so, marked this as "Solution". Thanks!