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I have installed fresh sitecore 9.1 instance in local environment. There is no issue with installation but i couldn't see any indexes in Index manager. All the configurations are enabled and i even verified by login into solr instance. Any suggestions?

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  • Your core names in your config do not match the core names in solr. Did you replace you configs? Looks for all configs with solr in the name. Check the core name. – Chris Auer Feb 26 at 14:21
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    Assuming your solr instance and up and running. Have you populated Solr Managed Schema? To do so go to control pagel and click:"Populate Solr Managed Schema" – Diego Feb 26 at 14:26
  • A slash at the end of Solr.url attribute in connection string is another possible reason in Sitecore not able to connect with Solr. – Amitabh Vyas Feb 27 at 14:21
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Please check following things:

  1. Verify Solr up and Running,
  2. Solr.url attribute in connection string having correct Solr url or not
  3. Open the /Sitecore/Admin/showconfig.aspx and search for sitecore_master, it should show Solr core name. The actual config present at Webroot\App_Config\Sitecore\ContentSearch\Sitecore.ContentSearch.Solr.Index.Master.config. if not present add manually. Repeat the steps for other cores.,

  4. Check Solr having required cores (11 cores like Sitecore_master_index) or not. If not create cores,

  5. After that place schema files in all cores,

  6. Restart the Solr and iisrest Website

  7. After login check indexing manager

  • For me inside the config file of the respective index the core param name was wrong. <param desc="core">$(id)</param> - Here instead of id it was a custom name which didn't exist. Have a look into this, you never know! – Dash Apr 26 at 3:35
  • If it's XP single topology then name of Solr index present and in case of XP scaled id should be present. – Amit Kumar Apr 26 at 4:38

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