sstreich at hughes.net
Thu Mar 13 10:02:11 EST 2008
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kevin Walsh" <kevin at cursor.biz>
To: <interchange-users at icdevgroup.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2008 1:03 AM
> "Sales Dept" <sstreich at hughes.net> wrote:
>> I moved the script to the apache root folder and still received the same
>> error Sorry, the page (js/script1.js) was not found. I then tried the
>> again the same error.
>> I am using the mod_interchange module on this server which I am not on
>> 5.3 server.
>> Nothing is showing in any of the logs to indicate what the problem is.
> If you need Apache (with mod_interchange) to serve the file then do this:
> 1. Create a directory called "js" in Apache's DocumentRoot and put
> your script in there.
> 2. Add /js/ to mod_interchange's OrdinaryFileList directive in your
> Apache configuration.
> 3. Restart Apache if you changed the config for #2.
> in your HTML's <head> section.
All I can say is a REALLY BIG THANK YOU !!
That's all it was. Adding to the Filelist was the answer.
Doing step 4 placed the script up in the logo area, so I moved it down to
the menu bar area in variables/common_menu to test it, is this going to
effect the sessions or anything else I should be aware of.
Again thanks- I was getting suspicious it may be mod_interchange which is
why I mentioned that.
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