[Chameleon] Chameleon 1.99 Beta 2 - CWC default context not r
jmckenna at dmsolutions.ca
Fri Jul 30 10:47:14 EDT 2004
Can u verify that in cwc2.xml that you have the following paths set
<description>Default map context to load when starting this
<description>Absolute root path to context files. All context
should be in that folder (or sub folder).</description>
Delfos, Jacob wrote:
> When I configure the CWC instance to use a default context and template, I
> still get this error:
> request URI was http://auper1pc364/cwcepra/cwc2.php
> query string was service=VCG&request=GetApplication&version=0.1.0
> Invalid request. No CONTEXTS parameter was provided and the Service Instance
> has no default context
> I'm using the same templates as for the normal chameleon, and my setup is
> exactly similar to the one I use for CWC 1.0.4 (which works).
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> [mailto:chameleon-bounces at lists.maptools.org] On Behalf Of Paul Spencer
> Sent: Thursday, 29 July 2004 3:15 AM
> To: Ken Sanderson
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> Subject: Re: [Chameleon] Chameleon 1.99 Beta 2
> Ken ...
> Ken Sanderson wrote:
>>Just installing the new version and had a couple general questions.
>>The description of CWC2 says it allows for the creation of a chameleon
>>application without a local install. Can someone give me an example of
>>when you might use this? Are there limits on who can use CWC2 once you
>>have it setup? I assume that my server would be doing the work of the
>>other remote applications?
> You would want to do this if you:
> * only want to set up only one server
> * you want to allow other organizations to run apps without installing
> * rapid application development
> * centralized management
> ... and probably other reasons too
> There are some limits you can place, either through the configuration
> files or through appropriate limitations in your web server.
> In the configuration files, you can choose to allow or deny access to
> remote contexts and templates. If you deny access, you effectively
> limit them to only templates and contexts hosted on the server. You
> should also limit the "root" of the context and template files.
> You can also restrict access with a .htaccess file (or IIS equivalent?)
> Your server would be doing all the work.
>>Do we need to install the CWC2, or is it optional? I know the folder is
>>there, but if you don't want to use this feature do you need to go
>>through the installation regardless? I noticed a few errors in the
>>samples that I didn't have before, but I havent done the CWC2 install
>>yet and wondering if that's the likely cause?
> CWC2 is completely optional. It is distributed with Chameleon but is
> only available if you actively configure it to be so. Note that the
> MS4W version does come with it enabled.
> I highly doubt that CWC2 would break the samples. They are broken all
> by themselves :)
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