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List does not exist after upgrade to Share point 2010

Hi ,

after upgrade to SharePoint 2010 foundation from Wss3.0 ,
I get this error when try to add a new link.

the links still can be view and click but cannot edit.
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GordonLiq
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nishant_shah_2002Commented:
Could you provide the ULS log file which includes the above error?

1) You can restart the SharePoint Tracing service (which will generate a new log file) and reproduce the above issue and share the log file with me.
2) Log file can be located at C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\logs. Look for the most recent file in the folder
Note: Before you provide that file, confirm it has logged this event by searching for the correlation ID visible on the error screen in the ULS file.
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GordonLiqAuthor Commented:
correction ID in this log
3eb62437-570b-4448-8548-0a113e6f8d28
log-20100907-2107.log
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dmogheCommented:
This is what i found from the logs:
VlistView::CompileChildXML failed with 0x80004005      3eb62437-570b-4448-8548-0a113e6f8d28

Cannot complete this action.  Please try again.      3eb62437-570b-4448-8548-0a113e6f8d28

VlistView::CompileChildXML failed with 0x80004005      3eb62437-570b-4448-8548-0a113e6f8d28

List does not exist.  The page you selected contains a list that does not exist.  It may have been deleted by another user.      3eb62437-570b-4448-8548-0a113e6f8d28

The hex code " 0x80004005" suggest to be some permission issue with the list. Also check if the list or site uses an specific custom template like Fab 40 templates
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GordonLiqAuthor Commented:
how can I fix it ?

this is a Link list ,
I can still view all items and click the link ,

and I still change the items from database directly . never try add links from DB directly.
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dmogheCommented:
Aaha! you don't need to add anything directly to DB, that will get you in unsupported state as per MS.

Have you tried saving the list as template (with and without data) and then check?

http://blah.winsmarts.com/2007-10-Performing_joins_between_SharePoint_lists.aspx

Also see if there is any hard-coded(FQDN) link, it should ideally be a relative path.

Do let me know the outcome.

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GordonLiqAuthor Commented:
Cannot save it as template, when I click List Settings.

I get that error message as well.
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dmogheCommented:
aaha... looks like the list might be corrupt. try opening in SPD and check if you are able to if not then just delete the list and re-recreate.

Use the SharePoint API to get the data from the list or use the content deployment wizard tool from codeplex to download the item from the list.

Also curious to know what is the error?

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GordonLiqAuthor Commented:
I think I will need to delete and receate, the error is the first post of this problem
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