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Cannot create a basic page or web part page (Sharepoint 2007)

Posted on 2010-09-05
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I have a couple of sharepoint 2007 sites on a server 2003 box. On one site I can create basic pages, and web part pages, and on another I cannot. I am presented with the following error:

List does not exist

The page you selected contains a list that does not exist.  It may have been deleted by another user.

I created a test site, and was able to create web part pages on that one... so, any idea as to what's going on?

I was once able to create a web part page, but no longer. No major changes to the site and I don't know where to look to figure out what's going on...
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by:bustechllc
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Addendum: I did check out the site in IIS and _layouts/spfc.aspx is there so...
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Is it a Publishing site. It could be the that in  Master Page Gallery the page layout your layout the page was using was never checked in and was in a `pending' status.  

If you check the url on the error page does it have info like
http://[sharepoint-site-URL]/_layouts/AccessDenied.aspx?Source=[SharePoint-site-URL]&Type=list&name=%7B2007BFAB%2D9CC4%2D41DA%2D8ED0%2D7E4C5BDAE90C%7D  

If so you can decode the guid, replace
%7B by {
%7D by }
and %2D by -

then go to sql server and run this query

select * from dbo.alllists
where tp_id='{2007BFAB-9CC4-41DA-8ED0-7E4C5BDAE90C}'
replacing their guid by your decoded one.

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by:bustechllc
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It is not a publishing site, and the URL on the error page is simply: http://[Sharepoint Site]/_layouts/spcf.aspx
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Thanks
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