Child Site Creation

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7/26/2010 9:23:55 AM
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Child Site Creation

hi,

 

While creating a child site. I got error as follows:

[We're sorry but a server error has occurred while trying to process
your request.

The error has been logged and will be reviewed by our staff as soon as
possible. It is possible that the error
 was just a momentary hiccup and you may wish to use the back button
and try again or go back to the home page. ]

but when I go back my Child site is already created. Following next step of doing  folder mapping,it gives same error. and when I go back I got my folder is mapped with abhishek.

But when I use the URL: http://localhost/abhishek/     It gives me same error. and when I delete folder mapping and use this URL it works....

7/26/2010 9:27:20 AM
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Hi,

I'm not sure what is going on there but if you can look at your System Log and report any errors occurring during the timeframe that you tried creating the Child Site, I might be able to help. You can get to the System Log by clicking on Administration > System Log. Please do not past the entire contents of your log, just errors that you see for the timeframe when you were creating your Child Site.

Thanks,
Joe

7/27/2010 11:53:16 AM
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Hi,

I created a child site and mapped it with somefolder. that somefolder is in root have default.aspx.

When I use http://localhost/somefolder it redirect me to home page of http://localhost/ instead of http://localhost/somefolder/home.aspx.

I am not able to understand, why its happening...

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Regards,

Abhishek

7/28/2010 7:24:33 AM
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Re: Child Site Creation

Maybe you have interference from IIS url re-writer

or you are using older mojoPortal code or modified mojoPortal code.

It works correctly in my testing with the latest code.

7/28/2010 9:54:47 AM
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Hi,

Thanks joe for your quick response. But please tell what should I do to solve this problem. And how can I check which mojoportal version is currently installed in godaddy.

my second question is:

Is it possible to create child sites with common content & pages. If it is then please tell me how can I do this. like http://localhost/abhishek/ and http://localhost/joe have same pages and content

 

Abhishek

7/28/2010 11:35:11 AM
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Re: Child Site Creation

You can check the version under Administration > System Information

GoDaddy has some strange redirects with url forwarding and url masking features they offer. Like they have ways you can install a site in a sub folder and make it run as if it were a root site. None of that junk is going to work well with mojoPortal. To use folder child sites, it really needs to be installed in the root of a web site.

Hope it helps,

Joe

7/28/2010 1:19:03 PM
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How can I create child sites with same content & pages.

suppose I want to create http://localhost/abhishek is one child site and http://localhost/jai is another.

Now how can I have same content & pages & same menu items in both site.

 

Abhishek

7/28/2010 1:27:31 PM
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You cannot unless you create the content manually in both sites. There is no sharing of content between sites in mojoportal.

7/31/2010 2:50:03 AM
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Re: Child Site Creation

Hi Joe,

GoDaddy has some strange redirects with url forwarding and url masking features they offer. Like they have ways you can install a site in a sub folder and make it run as if it were a root site. None of that junk is going to work well with mojoPortal. To use folder child sites, it really needs to be installed in the root of a web site.

 

So which is the best hosting service for Mojoportal that doesn't have above issue. I can change my GoDaddy hosting service.

 

Thanks,

Abhishek

7/31/2010 12:05:43 PM
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Hi Abhishek,

You can check out the Hosting Page for information on hosting companies that work well with mojoPortal.

HTH,
Joe D.

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