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#1: FP2000 Form Submit: 404 Error

Posted on 2008-01-05 16:03:29 by zeb

When I submit a new form to my server (shared host on Apache), I get a 404
error on this URL:

http://MyDomain.com/_vti_bin/shtml.exe/FormPage.htm

where FormPage.htm is the FP2000 file containing my form.

When I submit OLD forms that I've used for at least a year (on the same
web), they work fine.

I always publish from FP. Never use FTP client software with this domain.

I've tried:

1. De-activating then re-activating FP extensions on the server (as
suggested by host support).

2. Republishing all files in the web, not just the new ones.

3. Testing with a trivially simple form with one edit box and a submit
button.

These didn't solve the problem.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Pete

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#2: Re: FP2000 Form Submit: 404 Error

Posted on 2008-01-06 14:17:15 by newsgroups

is there anything different about the new form VS the old forms?
i.e. are there different email addresses to submit it to, etc.?

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"Pete" <spam@nowhere.com> wrote in message
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>
> When I submit a new form to my server (shared host on Apache), I get a 404
> error on this URL:
>
> http://MyDomain.com/_vti_bin/shtml.exe/FormPage.htm
>
> where FormPage.htm is the FP2000 file containing my form.
>
> When I submit OLD forms that I've used for at least a year (on the same
> web), they work fine.
>
> I always publish from FP. Never use FTP client software with this domain.
>
> I've tried:
>
> 1. De-activating then re-activating FP extensions on the server (as
> suggested by host support).
>
> 2. Republishing all files in the web, not just the new ones.
>
> 3. Testing with a trivially simple form with one edit box and a submit
> button.
>
> These didn't solve the problem.
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> Thanks
>
> Pete

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#3: Re: FP2000 Form Submit: 404 Error

Posted on 2008-01-06 16:04:28 by zeb

On Sun, 6 Jan 2008 08:17:15 -0500, Chris Leeds, MVP - FrontPage wrote:

> is there anything different about the new form VS the old forms?
> i.e. are there different email addresses to submit it to, etc.?

I found the problem. Here are the details, in case anyone else runs into
this.

The problem form page is in a subdomain of my main domain, so the correct
URL for loading the page is:

sub.domain.com/formpage.htm

The same page can be loaded from this URL:

www.domain.com/sub/formpage.htm

The problem with 404 errors on form Submit happens with the second URL, but
not the first. I had switched from the first URL style to the second
in my browser, without noticing it.

Note: FP extensions are installed on the subdomain, but not the main
domain.

Pete

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#4: Re: FP2000 Form Submit: 404 Error

Posted on 2008-01-07 15:47:47 by newsgroups

Glad you got it fixed!

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Chris Leeds
Contact: http://chrisleeds.com/contact
Have you seen ContentSeed (www.contentseed.com)?
NOTE:
This message was posted from an unmonitored email account.
This is an unfortunate necessity due to high volumes of spam sent to email
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Sorry for any inconvenience.
"Pete" <spam@nowhere.com> wrote in message
news:qj2gacvlwjje.pxayrujis31q.dlg@40tude.net...
> On Sun, 6 Jan 2008 08:17:15 -0500, Chris Leeds, MVP - FrontPage wrote:
>
>> is there anything different about the new form VS the old forms?
>> i.e. are there different email addresses to submit it to, etc.?
>
> I found the problem. Here are the details, in case anyone else runs into
> this.
>
> The problem form page is in a subdomain of my main domain, so the correct
> URL for loading the page is:
>
> sub.domain.com/formpage.htm
>
> The same page can be loaded from this URL:
>
> www.domain.com/sub/formpage.htm
>
> The problem with 404 errors on form Submit happens with the second URL,
> but
> not the first. I had switched from the first URL style to the second
> in my browser, without noticing it.
>
> Note: FP extensions are installed on the subdomain, but not the main
> domain.
>
> Pete

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