|Sent on:||Saturday, December 8, 2012 2:40 PM|
No worries. Next time will be more of a work on people's boxes event anyway. Have a great holidays!
Sorry I wasn't able to make the meeting. I'm hoping to make the next one.
> There is a lot there....
> First: this is on windows right?
> 2) What webserver is running on localhost?
> 3) the port number (ie: the digits after the colon) should "steer" the
> browser request to a service.
> 8080 should go to the openLazlo service on your box
> 8082 should go to PHP, which Drupal is written in (also - on your box).
> NOTE: only ports 80 and 443 are standardized. 8080, 8082, etc. are special
> purpose so don;t read anything into those numbers. They
> should work for you, on your box, because of the book's setup.
> We want to verify the webserver is steering correctly.
> What do you get from:
> a) http://localhost:8080/
> b) http://localhost:8082/
> Start there?
> On 11/30/2012 04:27 PM, Jerry Kassebaum wrote:
>> I bought the book AJAX and Flash Development with Open Laszlo by
>> I'm stuck on page 10.
>> It says to put http://localhost:8080/lps-x.y.z/laszlo-explorer/index.jsp
>> in my browser. I get this error: "The requested page
>> "/lps-x.y.z/laszlo-explorer/index.jsp" could not be found."
>> The error comes back on an Acquia Drupal page. I just installed Acquia
>> Drupal successfully. It works for Drupal when I put
>> http://localhost:8082/admin/dashboard in the browser address bar.
>> I've tried various things, such as
>> http://localhost:8082/lps-3.2.x/laszlo-explorer/index.jsp (3.2 is the
>> version number) to no avail. Notice that I changed 8080 to 8082, since
>> that works with Drupal.
>> I just now tried
>> http://localhost:8082/C:/Program Files/OpenLaszlo Server
>> and got the response
>> Forbidden You don't have permission to access /C:/Program
>> Files/OpenLaszlo Server 3.2/Server/lps-3.2/laszlo-explorer/index.jsp on
>> this server.
>> this time on a plain page, with no mention of Drupal. Does that mean I'm
>> getting closer? When I try the same thing with 8080 I get an Unable to
>> Connect error.
>> Suggestions will be appreciated.
>> Jerry Kassebaum
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