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Thread How to get URL from deploy target address
Mon, Jan 28 2019 7:02 AMPermanent Link

Iztok Lajovic (1)

I prepared deploy parameters for my application (see attachment), tested connection and successfully made a deplyment. Now I don't know how to create URL from that information to run application from browser. Could I run the application that resides on FTP server at all? What I have to do?

Iztok



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Mon, Jan 28 2019 8:05 AMPermanent Link

DFL

if you just want to test it, simlpy link to it directly - see example below:

http://p51web.com/panels.html



Iztok Lajovic (1) wrote:

I prepared deploy parameters for my application (see attachment), tested connection and successfully made a deplyment. Now I don't know how to create URL from that information to run application from browser. Could I run the application that resides on FTP server at all? What I have to do?

Iztok
Mon, Jan 28 2019 9:02 AMPermanent Link

Iztok Lajovic (1)

>DFL wrote:

>if you just want to test it, simlpy link to it directly - see example below:
>http://p51web.com/panels.html

This is URL address but I cannot use it as deployment address to copy my application to that location.

Iztok
Mon, Jan 28 2019 9:15 AMPermanent Link

DFL

On my server, I need to deploy  to httpdocs -  I will login to my remote server and get a snapshot to confirm


Iztok Lajovic (1) wrote:

>DFL wrote:

>if you just want to test it, simlpy link to it directly - see example below:
>http://p51web.com/panels.html

This is URL address but I cannot use it as deployment address to copy my application to that location.

Iztok
Mon, Jan 28 2019 9:18 AMPermanent Link

DFL

see screen capture attached -   I use httpdocs in the destination path.  

DFL wrote:

On my server, I need to deploy  to httpdocs -  I will login to my remote server and get a snapshot to confirm


Iztok Lajovic (1) wrote:

>DFL wrote:

>if you just want to test it, simlpy link to it directly - see example below:
>http://p51web.com/panels.html

This is URL address but I cannot use it as deployment address to copy my application to that location.

Iztok



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Mon, Jan 28 2019 10:44 AMPermanent Link

Iztok Lajovic (1)

It seems to me that we have different deployig situations (I hope that I understand your message right). Your snapshot shows only destination path and no FTP Host Name or IP Address. That means that you are deploying from remote destination to the same remote destination but to different directory.

I want to deploy application from my local computer on remote computer and therefore I need FTP Host Name and directory on that remote computer. My problem is that I don't know how to combine two informations into one URL, i.e. 'panoblak.panorama.si' and 'kresEWB\panAdmin' which I can later put on the browser's search line.

Iztok
Mon, Jan 28 2019 10:55 AMPermanent Link

Matthew Jones

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> My problem is that I don't know how to combine two informations into one URL, i.e. 'panoblak.panorama.si' and 'kresEWB\panAdmin' which I can later put on the browser's search line.

Only your ISP can answer that really, perhaps with some experimentation. Usually when you FTP in, you are either in the root directory, or there is a directory one step below which is your web root. Put a file in there and see what happens when you try to access it via the web URL.

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Matthew Jones
Mon, Jan 28 2019 1:55 PMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

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On 1/28/2019 7:02 AM, Iztok Lajovic (1) wrote:
> I prepared deploy parameters for my application (see attachment), tested connection and successfully made a deplyment. Now I don't know how to create URL from that information to run application from browser. Could I run the application that resides on FTP server at all? What I have to do?

Deployment does just that - is deploys the app outside IDE. By itself it
does not help you with running it - you sill need some sort of web
server running that would host the actual app you just deployed.

This could be EWB server or any other web server.

Idea is that you develop and debug inside IDE and this simplifies the
deployment part so you don't have to then do another copy of various
files etc (deploy takes care of all project components)

Raul
Mon, Jan 28 2019 7:20 PMPermanent Link

DFL

Iztok, attached is the more complete snapshot - I am deploying to my remote server - see screen capture attached.  I used my remote server IP Address for the address, entered my login credentials, then specified the httpdocs path which is where the html files are saaved for my website.


Iztok Lajovic (1) wrote:

It seems to me that we have different deployig situations (I hope that I understand your message right). Your snapshot shows only destination path and no FTP Host Name or IP Address. That means that you are deploying from remote destination to the same remote destination but to different directory.

I want to deploy application from my local computer on remote computer and therefore I need FTP Host Name and directory on that remote computer. My problem is that I don't know how to combine two informations into one URL, i.e. 'panoblak.panorama.si' and 'kresEWB\panAdmin' which I can later put on the browser's search line.

Iztok



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Tue, Jan 29 2019 3:07 AMPermanent Link

Iztok Lajovic (1)

>DFL wrote:

>Iztok, attached is the more complete snapshot - I am deploying to my remote server - see screen capture >attached.  I used my remote server IP Address for the address, entered my login credentials, then specified the >httpdocs path which is where the html files are saaved for my website.

I did not stress enough where my problem is. It is not in deploying which I did successfully. The problem is the URL of deployed application. In your case when you want to tell some friend who was interested in using your application, what URL are you sending him in email? Is it something like 'http://148.172.23.255/httpdocs/myApp.html' or any other form of URL?

To shorten: how your friend should address your application to get it work via browser?

Iztok
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