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Thread Port 80 in use
Fri, Oct 26 2012 1:01 PMPermanent Link

Carlos

Hi and thanks in advanced for the help.

I downloaded the Trial Version
I have "Start Web Server when Web Builder starts up" However, is telling me that port 80 is been in use by another system. What should I do?

I have change the Ports in both in the web server and on the environment, Option, Web Server to 90 but with this setting I get no errors but No data displays nether with sample projects.

Thanks again for the help

Regards,

Carlos
Sun, Oct 28 2012 4:29 PMPermanent Link

Steve Gill

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<< Hi and thanks in advanced for the help.

I downloaded the Trial Version
I have "Start Web Server when Web Builder starts up" However, is telling me that port 80 is been in use by another system. What should I do?

I have change the Ports in both in the web server and on the environment, Option, Web Server to 90 but with this setting I get no errors but No data displays nether with sample projects.

Thanks again for the help  >>

Hi Carlos,

Try port 8080.  That should work fine from within the IDE.  

If you use the external Elevate Web Server, you will need to use http://localhost:8080/ to access it with your browser.

Regards,

Steve
Sun, Oct 28 2012 9:16 PMPermanent Link

Carlos

Hi Steve.

Thanks for the help.

I have no idea what I did but all of the sudden it worked. I will keep in mine your sugestion for the future.

Thanks

Regards

Carlos



Steve Gill wrote:

<< Hi and thanks in advanced for the help.

I downloaded the Trial Version
I have "Start Web Server when Web Builder starts up" However, is telling me that port 80 is been in use by another system. What should I do?

I have change the Ports in both in the web server and on the environment, Option, Web Server to 90 but with this setting I get no errors but No data displays nether with sample projects.

Thanks again for the help  >>

Hi Carlos,

Try port 8080.  That should work fine from within the IDE.  

If you use the external Elevate Web Server, you will need to use http://localhost:8080/ to access it with your browser.

Regards,

Steve
Mon, Oct 29 2012 1:42 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Carlos,

<< I have change the Ports in both in the web server and on the environment,
Option, Web Server to 90 but with this setting I get no errors but No data
displays nether with sample projects. >>

This is a bug - EWB is not specifying the URL properly when using a
non-port-80 web server set-up in the IDE.

I'll have a fix for this in build 3, which I'll probably upload today (EWB
builds are amazingly easy to do, unlike EDB and DBISAM that have to support
40-50 different compiler build variations).

Thanks,

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Mon, Oct 29 2012 2:13 PMPermanent Link

Carlos

Thank you Sir for your reply

Best regards,

Carlos


"Tim Young [Elevate Software]" wrote:

Carlos,

<< I have change the Ports in both in the web server and on the environment,
Option, Web Server to 90 but with this setting I get no errors but No data
displays nether with sample projects. >>

This is a bug - EWB is not specifying the URL properly when using a
non-port-80 web server set-up in the IDE.

I'll have a fix for this in build 3, which I'll probably upload today (EWB
builds are amazingly easy to do, unlike EDB and DBISAM that have to support
40-50 different compiler build variations).

Thanks,

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Mon, Oct 29 2012 2:34 PMPermanent Link

Uli Becker

Sir Tim Young sound really good! Smile
Mon, Oct 29 2012 3:39 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Uli,

<< Sir Tim Young sound really good! Smile>>

I know, I like the sound of that.  So Chris, how hard is it to get knighted
???? Wink

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Mon, Oct 29 2012 4:21 PMPermanent Link

Steve Gill

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<< << Sir Tim Young sound really good! Smile>>

I know, I like the sound of that.  So Chris, how hard is it to get knighted
???? Wink >>

You can purchase a small square of Scottish land and call yourself Lord Tim Young.  Smile

http://www.highlandtitles.com
Tue, Oct 30 2012 4:18 AMPermanent Link

Chris Holland

SEC Solutions Ltd.

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Team Elevate Team Elevate

Not sure about how to go about getting knighted, but as Steve pointed
out you can buy all sorts of titles from Lord, Count, Baron etc.

http://www.nobility.co.uk/


Chris Holland
[Team Elevate]

On 29/10/2012 19:39, Tim Young [Elevate Software] wrote:
> Uli,
>
> << Sir Tim Young sound really good! Smile>>
>
> I know, I like the sound of that.  So Chris, how hard is it to get
> knighted ???? Wink
>
> Tim Young
> Elevate Software
> www.elevatesoft.com
Tue, Oct 30 2012 8:23 AMPermanent Link

Roy Lambert

NLH Associates

Team Elevate Team Elevate

Tim

>I know, I like the sound of that. So Chris, how hard is it to get knighted
>???? Wink

Dunno who Chris is but its pretty easy to get knighted. All knights have the right to give the accolade to others. That was never taken away it just gradually became bad manners for anyone other than a reigning monarch to do it. So either find a knight and bribe him or make a very large donation to the UK political party of your choice and when they're next in power you'll be knighted.

The easiest and cheapest way is simply to change your name to Sir by deep poll or whatever system you use over there.


But why stick at knight become a Duke or Leroy (the king)


Roy
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