|Lee Antl||02/17/2005 02:41 pm|
|Does anyone have any information on how to properly set up a Lotus Notes / Domino web site for use in Offline Explorer?
|Oleg Chernavin||02/18/2005 04:42 am|
|In most cases, Offline Explorer downloads such sites properly. If you face problems, please let me know the site URL, so I could try myself.
|Lee Antl||02/18/2005 01:14 pm|
|Unfortunately this is not a public site. Could you provide any tips or settings that should be used for a Notes/Domino site? Thank you!|
|Oleg Chernavin||02/19/2005 03:55 am|
|Well, it is hard to suggest anything without looking at the site. Can you please give me more details on what doesn`t work?
|Lee Antl||03/11/2005 02:39 pm|
|We have been able to download the site and view it properly on a the internal browser of offline explorer. However, when we export the project have have another user try to open the files it does not work properly. The user sees the HTML code (like viewing source) instead of the intended content. The browser seems to always add the file:/// to the local URL. Any suggestions?
Also in order for us to download the content, we needed to use a URL that pointed to a specific view in teh domino database that does not have the Domino setting of using the Java applet to display the view.
|Oleg Chernavin||03/14/2005 04:50 am|
|file:// prefix is normal, because it indicates that the HTML file was loaded from the disk, not from the Internet. To fix the problem with HTML codes display, please use standard extensions feature in the Export.