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Thread How to get URL from deploy target address
Tue, Jan 29 2019 10:54 AMPermanent Link

D.C.

Hello Iztok,
Use an ftp client, for example FIleZilla, and log in with the same credentials using to deploy your app.

Look for the folder kresEWB\panAdmin.

It problably will be inside some other folder(s). Try adding all the path after panoblak.panorama.si

For example: panoblak.panorama.si/wwwroot/kresEWV/panAdmin

If the html generated by EWB is not named as index.html, you need to append it also at the end of the complete url.

Regards
Diego
Tue, Jan 29 2019 5:30 PMPermanent Link

Iztok Lajovic (1)

>D.C. wrote:
>
>Hello Iztok,
>Use an ftp client, for example FIleZilla, and log in with the same credentials using to deploy your app.
>
>Look for the folder kresEWB\panAdmin.
>
>It problably will be inside some other folder(s). Try adding all the path after panoblak.panorama.si
>
>For example: panoblak.panorama.si/wwwroot/kresEWV/panAdmin
>
>If the html generated by EWB is not named as index.html, you need to append it also at the end of the >complete url.

Hello Diego,

I really appreciate your effort to help me. I tried with your solution, which looks really straight and should normally work, but it does not. I tried with variations of it but unfortunately I did not succeed. The problem must be on my server side and I will investigate it further. If and when I will find the solution I will inform you.

Thank you very much!
Iztok
Wed, Jan 30 2019 2:57 AMPermanent Link

Uli Becker

Iztok,

> 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?

Raul already indicated that you need a webserver in order to access your
website. It's not enough to copy your files to some webspace without
having a webserver running.

This webserver can be the EWB Webserver or any other server.

Each server has a default output directory. Since you talked about the
folder "httpdocs" I guess that there is a webserver running and
"httpdocs" is the output directory.

That means: if you copy your files into that folder without using a
subfolder, the url would be:
"http://148.172.23.255/myApp.html"

If you'd copy your files into "...\httpdocs\MySecondApp\[allMyFiles],
the url would be:
"http://148.172.23.255/MySecondApp/myApp.html"

If you have a domain registrated you would replace the ip-address by the
domain-name, e.g.:
"http://www.iztok2019.com/myApp.html

Hope that helps...

Uli


Sun, Feb 3 2019 3:38 AMPermanent Link

Iztok Lajovic (1)

Uli and Diego,

thank you for your help. I found the problem in parameters of remote computer and now ewb application works as I wanted to.

Iztok
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