Date: Thu, 2 May 2002 17:06:48 -0400
Reply-To: Charles Kincaid <ckincaid@VENTURIPARTNERS.COM>
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Charles Kincaid <ckincaid@VENTURIPARTNERS.COM>
Subject: SAS/Intrnet and directory referencing (was Re:
SAS/Intrnet--broker refuses to function!)
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Good job on getting IIS to work. I actually prefer Apache.
You shouldn't have to set the _URL variable yourself. After the first call it should be fine. It will actually be /scripts/broker.exe. The variable &_server will be set to http://neptune.
Yea, I don't know about FrontPage. We do it all by hand (for good or bad.) However, it's possible that FrontPage is not really going through the web server. If you load the first page up from the hard drive rather than through the web server, then subsequent calls won't be referencing correctly.
If it's not that, then there's not enough info in your message. At least for me. Others who are wiser may be able to help.
How your static HTML code will look depends on what you code on the SAS side. If you need to access files that are not directly below your web home directory, then you can create other virtual directories.
None of this may be right but it's hard to know without more info.
BTW, I think "Mad Doggy" missed it, but you are using image tags and not in-line images.
Hope this helps,
>>> "Michael L. Davis" <michael@BASSETTCONSULTING.COM> 05/02/02 01:03PM >>>
My experience with in-line images and SAS/IntrNet has not been good. Two
of my colleagues and I wrote about this in a SUGI paper that can be
See page 6. You may do better with image tags instead in-line images.
Why are you using FrontPage in this situation? Also, you might consider
using a different subject line when you change the nature of your post. It
will help keep the threads straight.
- Michael "Mad Doggy" Davis
At 09:07 AM 5/2/2002 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>OK, I reformatted the partition and reloaded the server installation. The
>IIS4 web server and the broker function properly!
>Now, I'm still having trouble coding an in-line image. Here is what I have:
>Now, if I set the SelfURL, _URL to: http://neptune/scripts/broker, what is
>my static HTML code going to look like?
>FrontPage is referencing the local web server with: ../../code/etc.
>Thanks for your help!
>Richard M. Smith
Michael L. Davis
Bassett Consulting Services, Inc.
10 Pleasant Drive
North Haven CT 06473-3712