[maplab-users] few problems trying to configure maplab

Jeff McKenna maplab-users <>
Tue, 02 Jul 2002 15:26:20 -0400
Hi Mike,

Can you verify that you have read&write permissions set for the webserver user? 
I was trying to duplicate your problems on a win2k-iis machine and could not. 
It sounds like the user-account that is accessing that directory does not have
read&write permissions.


mahmoud tavakoli wrote:
> hello,
> I am trying to set up the maplap for the webserver for the department of land
> conservationa and developement, however there are a few problems that I can't
> solve and was hoping maybe you could help me.
> in the installation information section, everything appears to be alright and
> checked,
> however, I get these error messages when trying to work with maplab:
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> when trying to edit the XML Files throught the web,
> the following warning shows up and the changes don't take place:
> Warning: fopen("maplab.xml", "w") -
> Permission denied in
> C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\CoastalAtlas\tools\maplab\maplab-2.0rc1\common\appcontext\appcontext.php
> on line 550
> when trying to create a new map file, the following error message shows up,
> it appears that the program somehow puts an extra / before
> Error Parsing
> Description
> error saving map to
> C:/Inetpub/wwwroot/CoastalAtlas/tools/maplab/maplab-2.0rc1// in
> /tools/maplab/maplab-2.0rc1/htdocs/mapedit/action.phtml
> when trying to preview the demo map I get the following warning: (however,
> I see the tools and the preview)
> Warning: Unlink failed (Permission denied) in
> C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\CoastalAtlas\tools\maplab\maplab-2.0rc1\htdocs\mapedit\preview.php
> on line 264
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
> The permission to the appropriate directories are set to be read and writable.
> Any help/suggestion from you will be greatly appreciated.
> thank you,
> Mike Tavakoli


Jeff McKenna
GIS Specialist
DM Solutions Group Inc.

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