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Thread EWB Web Server not working?
Thu, Dec 6 2012 12:29 PMPermanent Link

gnu

I cannot "run" projects using the built-in web server. I've tried changing the port yo 85, 90, 8080. I've tried running it manually as an administrator. There really does not seem to be any contact all-though the firewall does popup the first time, and it does complain when using port 80 due to conflict.

I'm running on windows 7 64 bit with visual studios 10/11 installed.

Any ideas why I just get a "This program cannot display the webpage"? error from the hosted IE in the IDE?

Also, the server +/ icons does nothing. No server is started or stopped.
Thu, Dec 6 2012 12:47 PMPermanent Link

gnu

gnu wrote:

I cannot "run" projects using the built-in web server. I've tried changing the port yo 85, 90, 8080. I've tried running it manually as an administrator. There really does not seem to be any contact all-though the firewall does popup the first time, and it does complain when using port 80 due to conflict.

I'm running on windows 7 64 bit with visual studios 10/11 installed.

Any ideas why I just get a "This program cannot display the webpage"? error from the hosted IE in the IDE?

Also, the server +/ icons modulates if the formsubmit works or not. Probaly this toggles if the html file is accessed though web server or directly loads the file. It works when loading the file directly.
Thu, Dec 6 2012 1:33 PMPermanent Link

Raul

Globestar Systems

Team Elevate Team Elevate


How does the "cannot run" exactly show up? Do you get the browser "This
program cannot display the webpage" inside EWB or something else.

Do you see the address displayed just under toolbar when running and can
you access that outside EWB with browser?

Sounds to me like something else still interfering - firewall or
anti-virus app.

I would use something like TCPView
(http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897437) to confirm
the EWB is actually listening on the port.

I can confirm that EWB built-in web server does work for me with very
similar setup (Win7 64bit, VS 2005 and 2010 installed).

Raul




On 12/6/2012 12:29 PM, gnu wrote:
> I cannot "run" projects using the built-in web server. I've tried changing the port yo 85, 90, 8080. I've tried running it manually as an administrator. There really does not seem to be any contact all-though the firewall does popup the first time, and it does complain when using port 80 due to conflict.
>
> I'm running on windows 7 64 bit with visual studios 10/11 installed.
>
> Any ideas why I just get a "This program cannot display the webpage"? error from the hosted IE in the IDE?
>
> Also, the server +/ icons does nothing. No server is started or stopped.
>
Thu, Dec 6 2012 4:10 PMPermanent Link

gnu

Raul wrote:


How does the "cannot run" exactly show up? Do you get the browser "This
program cannot display the webpage" inside EWB or something else.

Do you see the address displayed just under toolbar when running and can
you access that outside EWB with browser?

Sounds to me like something else still interfering - firewall or
anti-virus app.

I would use something like TCPView
(http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897437) to confirm
the EWB is actually listening on the port.

I can confirm that EWB built-in web server does work for me with very
similar setup (Win7 64bit, VS 2005 and 2010 installed).

Raul




On 12/6/2012 12:29 PM, gnu wrote:
> I cannot "run" projects using the built-in web server. I've tried changing the port yo 85, 90, 8080. I've tried running it manually as an administrator. There really does not seem to be any contact all-though the firewall does popup the first time, and it does complain when using port 80 due to conflict.
>
> I'm running on windows 7 64 bit with visual studios 10/11 installed.
>
> Any ideas why I just get a "This program cannot display the webpage"? error from the hosted IE in the IDE?
>
> Also, the server +/ icons does nothing. No server is started or stopped.
>

Ok. I gave up trying to get the IDE server to work. I managed to get the external server to work although I now have trouble getting access to data, but that probably has to do with folder, permissions or JS origin trouble. So I've decided to forego those experiments and proceed directly to getting a communication with JSON up cunning.
Tue, Dec 11 2012 12:33 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Email timyoung@elevatesoft.com


<< I cannot "run" projects using the built-in web server. I've tried
changing the port yo 85, 90, 8080. I've tried running it manually as an
administrator. There really does not seem to be any contact all-though the
firewall does popup the first time, and it does complain when using port 80
due to conflict. >>

There is a current issue with using a port other than 80 with the built-in
web server.  This will be fixed shortly in a new 1.01 build.

If you have any other questions, please let me know.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Tue, Dec 11 2012 12:35 AMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Email timyoung@elevatesoft.com


<< Ok. I gave up trying to get the IDE server to work. I managed to get the
external server to work although I now have trouble getting access to data,
but that probably has to do with folder, permissions or JS origin trouble.
>>

The only current issue with accessing the JSON datasets pertains to trying
to use a sub-folder of the main content folder instead of the main content
folder.  The URL handling for the JSON datasets gets tripped up by this, and
a fix for this will also be in the next build out this week.

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com


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