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Apache Linux server deploy issue

2 posts in Appeon (partner product) Last posting was on 2006-01-10 09:10:36.0Z
Casey Loveland Posted on 2006-01-10 00:56:05.0Z
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Hi,
I'm using Appeon 3.1 using the EAServer Web Server. That all works fine.
Now we are ready to migrate to production and the difference will be that we
need to use our production web server. The production web server is Apache
2.0 running on Linux.
I can perform a test FTP to the box and that works, however, the deploy
fails with an error that it is unable to find the target directory.
The deploy creates the main directory and switches to it and then it creates
an srd directory and switches to it successfully also. However, the failure
comes when the deployment engine tries to "cd" back a directory. This step
fails.
I used a java tool called TcpTunnelGui to capture the output and I can
reproduce the problem by manually executing all the commands from a manual
FTP connection. The problem appears that the "cd" back a directory was
written for a Windows Web server. The command being sent is "CWD ..\" That
doesn't work and should be "CWD ../"

Is there a way to get this fixed?

I can send a command/response log if necessary.

Takes for your help.

Casey Loveland
Comsys IT Partners
Utah Department of Environmental Quality


"Sally Li" <Appeon Technical support Posted on 2006-01-10 09:10:36.0Z
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Hi Casey Loveland,  

 

According to the test, the problem occurs if the Web applications are deployed with Pure-Java Script.

 

There are two options for you to work around this problem:

 

Option one:

1. Deploy the application using EAServer Web Server.

2. Use the package tool provided in the Appeon Developer Toolbar to package the Web application.

3. Install the packaged Web application on the Apache Web Server on Linux. 

For detail information of how to package the Web application and how to install the packaged application, please refer to the section 11 Packaging and Installing Web applications in the Appeon Developer User Guide.

 

Option two: Deploy the Web application with Appeon Xcelerator.

 

Regards

Sally Li

 

 

"Casey Loveland" <casey.loveland@earthlink.net> wrote in message news:43c30359$1@forums-2-dub...
> Hi,
> I'm using Appeon 3.1 using the EAServer Web Server.  That all works fine.
> Now we are ready to migrate to production and the difference will be that we
> need to use our production web server.  The production web server is Apache
> 2.0 running on Linux.
> I can perform a test FTP to the box and that works, however, the deploy
> fails with an error that it is unable to find the target directory.
> The deploy creates the main directory and switches to it and then it creates
> an srd directory and switches to it successfully also.  However, the failure
> comes when the deployment engine tries to "cd" back a directory.  This step
> fails.
> I used a java tool called TcpTunnelGui to capture the output and I can
> reproduce the problem by manually executing all the commands from a manual
> FTP connection.  The problem appears that the "cd" back a directory was
> written for a Windows Web server.  The command being sent is "CWD ..\"  That
> doesn't work and should be "CWD ../"
>
> Is there a way to get this fixed?
>
> I can send a command/response log if necessary.
>
> Takes for your help.
>
> Casey Loveland
> Comsys IT Partners
> Utah Department of Environmental Quality
>
>