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HTML help, please...
#11
OK, I'll do that. Do I need to then add the port into the address that the other machines point to. Like http://HASERVER:80/FP1.html ?
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#12
AnthonyZ Wrote:OK, I'll do that. Do I need to then add the port into the address that the other machines point to. Like http://HASERVER:80/FP1.html ?

Only if it isn't using port 80.
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#13
It still doesn't work. I reinstalled to ensure that the webserver was installed with port 80, pointed to http://HASERVER/FP1.html and it still throws an error (404). Does the webserver have to be "initialized"? Is there a setting in the file that resides in the HTMLRoot that I'm supposed to alter?
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#14
AnthonyZ Wrote:It still doesn't work. I reinstalled to ensure that the webserver was installed with port 80, pointed to http://HASERVER/FP1.html and it still throws an error (404). Does the webserver have to be "initialized"? Is there a setting in the file that resides in the HTMLRoot that I'm supposed to alter?

So if you try http://HASERVER/FP1.html on the local machine does it work?
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#15
I would create a very simple html file of the helloworld variety and put that in you CQC webserver root and try to view that first. This is to make sure the basics are covered first. You may have an issue with the javascript files you are referencing or something else in your file that is causing the 404 error.

Code:
<html>
<head>
<title>Hello World</title>
</head>
<body>
<p>Hello World</p>
</body>
</html>
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#16
No. It works if I place the file path in the browser (C:\Program Files\CQC\CQCData\HTMLRoot\FP1.html) on the local machine but not if I put in http://HASERVER/FP1.html
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#17
AnthonyZ Wrote:No. It works if I place the file path in the browser (C:\Program Files\CQC\CQCData\HTMLRoot\FP1.html) on the local machine but not if I put in http://HASERVER/FP1.html

What if you substitute the IP address of HASERVER in the URL?

Also, make sure there isn't something else listening on port 80 on that box like IIS etc.
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#18
Are you sure that there's not another web server running on that machine? If so, and it comes up first, it'll have the 80 port and ours won't be able to get to it. The error you get back, is it some error from the browser itself, or an HTML based error page? If it's the HTML based error page, if it's from our web server you should be able to see that, because of how it looks. If it's from some other web server, then it should look differently.

So, if you get some other server's web page, then there's another one running. If you get ours, it's getting to the web server but there's some issue with loading the page. If you get an error from the browser itself that it couldn't contact the web server, then you aren't getting to any server.
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#19
OK, what do you mean by if it's html I'll know that it's CQC's because of how it looks? What will it look like? As it is, it's simple text with a greenish blue line through it. The tab, if I try to hit it from a browser says "CIDNet Error Report"
[IMG][Image: 404error.jpg][/IMG]
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#20
OK, yeh, that's the standard error reply page from our web server. So you are getting to it. There's just some issue with the page. It's always possible that the error is bogus in some way and what's really happening is that it found it it's failing to load it. The suggestion above for a simple hello world test is a good one.

And, just to be sure, you did put the file on the same machine as where you loaded the web server, right?
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