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In Sitecore 8.2 Update 3, when I try and rebuild an index from inside the content editor (From the Developer ribbon) when the dialog opens that should be a progress bar showing the rebuilding progress, instead I get a little desktop:

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I dont see an error in the logs but I do see in the logs that the index rebuild is happening. If I close the dialog, I get the index rebuilt successfully confirmation dialog.

UPDATE

When I make the rebuild request, there are two outgoing requests. The second one is checking progress. The first one is maybe opening the dialog?

https://local.mywebsite.com/sitecore/shell/default.aspx?xmlcontrol=Gallery.Indexes&id=%7B110D559F-DEA5-42EA-9C1C-8A5DF7E70EF9%7D&la=en&vs=1&db=master&sc_content=master&ShowEditor=1&Ribbon.RenderTabs=true

And this one check the progress
https://local.mywensite.com/sitecore/shell/~/xaml/Sitecore.Shell.Applications.Dialogs.Progress.aspx?j=69195195-7797-40c5-be86-953b862b53d1%3bPHLWLTPC0J7N3W-local.aramark.us&th=5&title=Rebuilding%2bindex%2b(frontendsearch_UnitedStates_web_index)&i=People%252f16x16%252fhammer.png

  • Open the chrome devs tools, in the navigation tab do you see the request going out for the iframe. What is the url its requesting and what is the response? – Richard Seal Oct 23 '18 at 18:25
  • I don't have that specific version of Sitecore installed but this looks like a bug. I would raise support ticket to Sitecore Support – Peter Procházka Oct 23 '18 at 18:27
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OK. Found the problem. During a scan of the site I found a bunch of links like this:

https://local.mywebsite.com/other/contact-us/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/~/link.aspx?_id=B727B5BE173F4423924C17C19278C0E0&_z=z

So I built a redirect rule to strip those out:

  <rule name="Expanded Links" stopProcessing="true">
    <match url=".+?(?=~\/)" ignoreCase="true" />
      <action type="Redirect" redirectType="Permanent" logRewrittenUrl="true" url="{R:0}" appendQueryString="false" />
  </rule>

That rules breaks the dialog

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