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Error displaying a view in SharePoint2013

When I try to access a newly imported subsite view (Import-SPWeb), I receive the following error message:

Unable to display this Web Part. To troubleshoot the problem, open this Web page in a Microsoft SharePoint Foundation-compatible HTML editor such as Microsoft SharePoint Designer. If the problem persists, contact your Web server administrator.

Correlation ID: 4b9dfa9f-f682-805f-ad63-6e88b5463728

After viewing the log file, I find the following match with the Correlation ID:

10/19/2021 10: 25: 33.99 w3wp.exe (0x0638) 0x4A18 SharePoint Foundation DistributedCache air4a Monitorable Token Cache: Failed to get token from distributed cache for '0) .w | s-1-5-21-1701066693- 419617663-1970593239-500 '. (This is expected during the process warm up or if data cache Initialization is getting done by some other thread). 4b9dfa9f-f682-805f-ad63-6e88b5463728 "

10/19/2021 10: 25: 33.99 w3wp.exe (0x0638) 0x4A18 SharePoint Foundation DistributedCache air4b Monitorable Token Cache: Reverting to local cache to get the token for '0) .w | s-1-5-21-1701066693- 419617663-1970593239-500 '. 4b9dfa9f-f682-805f-ad63-6e88b5463728

I have tried to open the page with the SharePoint Designer and save but the error persists. Please, I appreciate any help to fix the error.

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EchoDu-MSFT answered JoyZ commented

Hello @javiercarmonaleiva-5020 ,

According to my research, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 doesn't support migrations of subsites into root sites or root sites into subsites in site collections that have the Publishing features turned on.

The reason for this limitation is that the Publishing features store vital information such as page layouts, and various properties such as information about variation, reusable content, and so on, in the root site of a site collection.

Valid migration scenarios when using the Publishing features are the following:

  • Export the site collection starting at the root site and then import it as the root site into a new site collection.

  • Export subsites of the site collection and then import them as subsites into an existing site collection that has the Publishing features enabled.

Some manual work may be required to ensure master pages and page layouts that are in use in the subsites are copied over to the new site collection.

Reference:

SharePoint Server doesn't support export/import of subsites with Publishing templates

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Echo Du
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Hi @javiercarmonaleiva-5020 ,

Would you tell me whether your issue has been resolved or have any update?
I am looking forward to your reply.

Have a nice day!

Thanks,
Echo Du

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