[opencms-dev] The copied address doesn't work
jdesbonnet at gmail.com
Mon Nov 14 02:03:30 CET 2005
That's because you are not logged into the backend. Deploying a
website (ie viewing the site without logging into the backend) needs
to some configuration work. It's usually accomplished by configuring
Apache to work with OpenCms. Unfortunately there is no quick answer as
to how to do that. You need to read the doc that comes with OpenCms
(eg the "How to multisite with Apache" page). Also check some of the
howto docs I have on my OpenCms wiki:
Also this site: http://www.pomegranate.de:9000/cms/forum/listthreads?forum=3
On 11/14/05, zhangenpei <zhangenpei at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am new to opencms 6.0. Here I met a problem that I couldn't find the
> answer in the opemcms mail list.
> I create a page named "index.html" which uses the template:
> When I click the "index.html" from the opemcms explore, a new IE browser
> pops up with the address:
> Which shows the result correctly.
> But If the copy the whole address
> "http://localhost:8088/opencms/opencms/mysite/index.html " to another new IE
> browser window, I got the result like following:
> A system error reading a resource occured!
> Server error 404
> Not Found
> The requested resource "/opencms/opencms/mysite/index.html" was not found on
> the server.
> Probably you used an outdated link or an old bookmark.
> If you followed a link on our site, please try it again in a few minutes.
> I have tried many times, and get the same result. Could anyone tell me the
> Best Regards
> Jason Zhang
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