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C-G 02/27/2004 05:59 am
I get a mismatch in the reference that a webpage uses when it refers to a file.

Example:

This should be the correct reference:

http://127.0.0.1:800/Default/www.hoganasbjuf.com/_admin_/extras/Questions_and_answers/popup.asp@id=188&selSolution=90&location=Preheater%20>>%20Cyclones%20>>%20Alternative%20fuels



When I look in the map the corresponding file has this name:

http://www.hoganasbjuf.com/_admin_/extras/questions_and_answers/popup.asp?id=188&selSolution=90&location=Preheater %3E%3E Cyclones %3E%3E Alternative fuels


Instead of `%20>>%20` the system uses ` %3E%3E `.

What can I do ?
Oleg Chernavin 02/27/2004 07:46 am
Thank you for asking!

The Map shows downloaded URLs, not filenames. Filenames are different,
because many symbols are not compatible with filesystem. For example, ?
symbol is not allowed for filenames, so it has to be replaced with some
other symbol.

Anyway, all links in downloaded files should work well, because they are
changed to point to offline locations.

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
C-G 02/29/2004 05:25 am
Hi
Thx for you answer.

I`ve checked the filenames in the exported version and found out the following:

The link points at this file:

popup.asp@id=188&selsolution=.htm90&location=Preheater%20>>%20Cyclones%20>>%20Alternative%20fuels

Whereas the filename in the directory is:

popup.asp@id=188&selsolution=90&location=preheater _3e_3e cyclones _3e_3e alternative fuels.htm

So there must be a mismatch somewhere?



> Thank you for asking!
>
> The Map shows downloaded URLs, not filenames. Filenames are different,
> because many symbols are not compatible with filesystem. For example, ?
> symbol is not allowed for filenames, so it has to be replaced with some
> other symbol.
>
> Anyway, all links in downloaded files should work well, because they are
> changed to point to offline locations.
>
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
Oleg Chernavin 03/01/2004 07:53 am
Yes, I need an example of a page with such links.

Oleg.