|shivakumar||02/10/2004 10:44 am|
|we are trying to convert some jsp file to html..It downloaded properly.but when we use export option it adding two additional info with original file
<!-- Original URL: http://10.6.0.209/hdsx/appmanager/hdsxportal/desktop -->
How to avoid this part..
note:before export option it was not there in the file.once export option done.this additional lines are added..
Pls tell me how to avoid or filter this lines.In offline explorer 3.0 is there any options available for avoiding this?
This is very urgent.
|Oleg Chernavin||02/11/2004 03:28 pm|
|Yes, Export adds these lines. We did it on request of several
users. We also have found that files with no <html> tag at the very
beginning of HTML files may have problems when browsing them with MS
Internet Explorer from a hard disk. MS IE shows HTML code of such pages
instead of the Web page contents.
I can add an option not to add these lines, but can you please tell me why
these lines should be removed after the export? This may help me to better
design Offline Explorer for your needs.
|Patrick||02/25/2004 05:58 am|
> I can add an option not to add these lines, but can you please tell me why
> these lines should be removed after the export? This may help me to better
> design Offline Explorer for your needs.
I`m not a customer right now but this addition of the original URL would stop me in my research since we want to use OE to grab pages from our so called "Editor Server" and copy them to our production server without leaving trace from where it comes.
BTW, HTtrack has the ability to add Host, File and Date
|Oleg Chernavin||02/25/2004 02:23 pm|
|OK. This makes sense. I will add this as an option to the Export dialog settings.
Anyway, all downloaded files do not have any additional line in them.
|Patrick||02/26/2004 09:09 am|
|> OK. This makes sense. I will add this as an option to the Export dialog settings.
And while you`re at it... You could make each option a parameter so it`s not like the app I mentioned where you can`t have just the date and time for example. It`s all or nothing for them.
Just the date and time is a great way to ensure that the page was really grabbed.
|Oleg Chernavin||02/27/2004 03:09 pm|
|I just added the option to add original URLs to the exported HTML files. I haven`t added date/time however.
Here is the updated oe.exe file: