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6/25/2005 5:32:33 AM
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Juliano Morais Barbosa

Re: Page with HTML Content, Blog, FileShare

Hi, I create one page with HTML Content, Blog and fileShare, I receive this message.
Parser Error
Description: Error parsing a resource required to service this request. Review your source file and modify it to fix this error.

Error message: Unrecognized attribute: ITEMSTYLE-HORIZONTALALIGN

File name: /var/www/html/mojoportal/Modules/SharedFiles.ascx????Line: 137
Source Error:

<%# DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem,"modified") %>
6/25/2005 5:55:12 AM
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Re: Page with HTML Content, Blog, FileShare

Hi Juliano,

I just tried to create the error on this site but could not. I am running mono 1.1.7

I am in the processing right now of building mono from svn on my test machine to see if I get similar problems to what you are having.

I see 3 problems on your site right now.
1. There is a 0 displayed at the end of every blog post or html content.
2. Images are not displaying on your site.
3 right now you site looks like it has no css, yesterday when I visited your site it had a skin and when I refreshed the page it got all messed up

and now this new problem you report makes 4

Another user also has reported the problem with the 0 and he is also running mono 1.1.8 so I am suspecting problems with the 1.1.8.x release.

Since I cannot replicate these problems on my mono 1.1.7 machine I am going to try with the latest svn code on my test machine. The svn code is more recent than the 1.1.8.1 release so it will still be inconclusive for me if I can't replicate the problem, but if I can replicate the problem I will report it to the mono team.

I will post more after I test.

Could you also tell me what version of apache you are using?

Joe
6/25/2005 6:42:27 AM
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Re: Page with HTML Content, Blog, FileShare

When I updated to mono 1.1.8 rev 46493
I get the same error.
I also got another error from the SiteMenu control which I was able to fix in my code but it still was a problem in mono

None of these problems exist in mono 1.1.7 and also not  in Windows .NET.

For the Horizontal align problem it seems that mono has become case sensitive in the attribute declaration, if I change it to
ItemStyle-HorizontalAlign="Center" it works but ITEMSTYLE-HORIZONTALALIGN="Center" causes an error

The problem I had with the SiteMenu was that some of the properties I had forgot to create public getters and setters so
SubMenuCssClass="" in the markup raised an error because there was no public property SubMenuCssClass, only a private property subMenuCssClass
This was a problem in my code because my intention was to expose that publicly but I forgot.
But it is also a problem in the mono code because it should gracefully ignore any attribute settings for which it can find a public property.

I will file a bugzilla for these errors and also try and get a new release of mojoportal out to prevent these errors for users with mono 1.1.8

I am still looking into the problem with the 0, I was not able to produce it with the latest svn code so it may have been fixed in svn since the release.
6/25/2005 6:55:43 AM
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Re: Page with HTML Content, Blog, FileShare

I just enter this bug http://bugzilla.ximian.com/show_bug.cgi?id=75379 for the template column problem

I can't seem to reproduce any of the other problems on the latest svn code.

I think the image and style problems could be specific to t he version of apache. I can't reproduce it on apache 2, are you using apache 1.x?

I can't produce the weird problem with the 0 either. I wonder if it has to do with culture settings and maybe doesn't happen for me because my culture settings are different.

Joe
6/26/2005 5:16:10 AM
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Juliano Morais Barbosa

Re: Page with HTML Content, Blog, FileShare

Ok.
My Apache: Server version: Apache/1.3.27 (Unix)
My Linux: Red Hat 9.0
My Mono: Mono JIT compiler version 1.1.8.1, (C) 2002-2005 Novell, Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.com
        TLS:           normal
        GC:            Included Boehm (with typed GC)
        SIGSEGV      : normal
        Globalization: normal


In Last day I see in your site the same problem with the image.
In my site I don´t see any image I put in page :(

in time.
How I put folder in domain site
for example: www.flexsolutions.com.br/pub
www.elevateke.com.br/pub

In this folder i would lik put any thing
6/26/2005 5:51:57 AM
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Re: Page with HTML Content, Blog, FileShare

I'm not sure I understand what you are asking about a folder under your domain. It sounds like an apache configuration question not a mojoportal question.
I would say look into the settings available for httpd.conf to learn how to setup handlers for folders.
I'm using apache2 so I'm not sure how different it is for apache 1.3.



What image do you see missing on my site? I have not seen this problem in my site. I am still running mono 1.1.7


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