Full Text Search Error 58152Some users are seeing this error when attempting a full text search: "Search execution error. Either invalid search parameters were passed, or an internal execution error occurred."pwc.log shows the following error
420 ERROR [0x0000156c] pwise.server - Error 32768 reported at func: findItemsToBuffer line: 156420 INFO [0x0000156c] pwise.netapi - response received, status = 32768, server session = 0420 ERROR [0x0000156c] pwise.dms - Request 5406 return code 32768. Response size: 0
The indexing service is functioning it's just occasionally users will have this issue, and the error prompt comes up instantly after running a search.
The MS indexing service does the work for full Text searches for PW. restarting the Microsoft index service seems to solve the problem for this user.
User was experiencing an issue with simple file searches. They could not search anything in a particular datasources. Some datasources return searches and others return the error. ERROR 58152. Search execution error. Either invalid search parameters were passed, or an internal execution error occurred.
Since the search was working on other datasources, that narrowed the problem down to an issue with the specific datasource itself. User was executing his search with all environments.
Had user do a search using a specific environment and it worked. This tells us that one of his environments are having an issue.Had user go do a search with each environment till we found the one that gave the error.Had user delete the folder that was attached to that environment, then delete the environmentHe was then able to do searches with out specifically choosing an environment.
Turning up the server and client logging may have helped us narrow down the problem to a specific attribute with in the troubled environment. However the user did not have time and the datasource was a test environment.
Product TechNotes and FAQs
Bentley Technical Support KnowledgeBase
Bentley LEARN Server
Bentley's Technical Support Group requests that you please confine any comments you have on this Wiki entry to this "Comments or Corrections?" section. THANK YOU!