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Author: Subject: Absolute Paths

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posted on 9/11/2002 at 08:10 PM Reply With Quote
Absolute Paths

Your free product is great for static pages where the path is always known. However I need to have the same calendar be able to be accessed from a test server and a production server. Now the problem, using asp to transform a xml and xsl file into the final html page. The xml file tells the transformation if the files should be called from the test or production directory. This is a variable, I have no problem on the first display of the calendar, I reference the default directory as a variable. I read the posting in your other forum about this. On change of month or year the resulting pop window repeats the directory name twice in the path. Enough explanation, will your pro product solve this problem?
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posted on 9/12/2002 at 06:45 AM Reply With Quote

This problem can be solved by specifying absolute path from the document root of the server (see postings with explanatins in these forums).

Onpage (one demonstrated on the site) and modal mode versions of Tigra Calendar PRO don't have this problem. Pop-up version works similar to the free version (except the look and features) so it should be set with absolute path as well.
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