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Error code: 540

Postby triman » Tue Nov 28, 2006 6:02 pm

I added a NOF news to one of my sites. I checked the permissins using the publish view in fusion and they seem to set correctly. I have other NOF forms on this site & they work OK . When trying to login to the admin page I get Error code 504. Whats 504 mean and any help resolving this would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Error code: 540

Postby admin » Tue Nov 28, 2006 6:32 pm

triman wrote:I added a NOF news to one of my sites. I checked the permissins using the publish view in fusion and they seem to set correctly. I have other NOF forms on this site & they work OK . When trying to login to the admin page I get Error code 504. Whats 504 mean and any help resolving this would be greatly appreciated.
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Triman


Is it 540 or 504? Or something else. :wink:

Neither are error codes associated with the components.


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Error Code 540

Postby triman » Tue Nov 28, 2006 7:02 pm

Chuck,
The code is definitely 540. Thge exact message is pasted below.



An error occured. Please contact the site administrator.

Error code: 540


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Error 540

Postby triman » Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:40 am

Still haven't solved this problem. When loging in to the NOF news admin page I get the error 540. :(

Any help with this would be much appreciated.
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Re: Error 540

Postby admin » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:06 am

triman wrote:Still haven't solved this problem. When loging in to the NOF news admin page I get the error 540. :(

Any help with this would be much appreciated.
Triman


Working on it. Not a code that's documented.

Can you give me a URL to look at?

PM if you wish.

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540 error

Postby admin » Wed Nov 29, 2006 11:04 am

This is what I got from NetObjects:

> This error means the directory where the db flat file (csv file) should
> be does not exist. You should go in fusion, open the interface for
> the admin component and check on the `general settings` panel where
> is located your db flat file. Then go on the publish view, connect to
> the server, create the folder and check its right; others should have
> read rights and execute rights on it.

As I suspected originally..... sounds like a missing folder. But you said you checked that already.

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missing folder

Postby triman » Wed Nov 29, 2006 5:47 pm

Chuck, Thanks for all the help.
I assume you mean data basesettings under the general settings for the admin component. In the window it has /db/news.cvs.
I can't figure out how to add a file in publish view.

what would be the name of the file?

The url of site is http://www.audreyandchuck.com

and the page for the news admin is
http://www.audreyandchuck.com/html/newsadmin.php

Please forgive my ignorance.

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Re: missing folder

Postby admin » Wed Nov 29, 2006 7:32 pm

triman wrote:Chuck, Thanks for all the help.
I assume you mean data basesettings under the general settings for the admin component. In the window it has /db/news.cvs.
I can't figure out how to add a file in publish view.

what would be the name of the file?

The url of site is http://www.audreyandchuck.com

and the page for the news admin is
http://www.audreyandchuck.com/html/newsadmin.php

Please forgive my ignorance.

Triman


You have to learn somehow. :wink:

You need to create the db folder.

Go to Publish View. In the right pane, choose to connect to the web server.

When it connects, it will show the contents of the web publish folder.... known as the "document root" folder.

Right click and choose New Folder. Name the new folder db. Set the permissions on the Rights tab in the folder properties. Check all of the boxes.

That should do it.

Fusion will generate the file. You just need to create the folder.

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missing folder

Postby triman » Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:09 pm

Chuck,
Thanks for all the help. Once you broke the process down in detail it was easy. the NOF news component is woking. :P

I have done over 35 websites using Front Page using add ons like Xara menu maker and swish max. The hosting company I use also had quite a few built in aps and scripts like formail & phpBB. I could get away with knowing very little when it came to html coding and php scripts & the like.

One of the main reasons I got fusion 9 was the nPower option. For somelike me it enables me to take on clients that want to update parts of thier website I use to turn down. This feature has already got me three new clients.

Anyway, thanks again for your patience and help.

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Postby letmelearn » Wed Jul 25, 2007 7:37 am

Thanks Chuck,

This post helped me too :-)

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