There are two Program Root settings: the Default Program Root and the virtual host-specific Program Root. unless you are running multiple virtual hosts, each with its own Program Root, you should only populate the Default Program Root and leave the virtual host-specific Program Root set to "default".
In any case, if the virtual host-specific Program Root is set, then it will be in effect, otherwise the Default Program Root will. Make sure that the effective Program Root exists and that it is accessible by FoxWeb.
For details on configuring the software please refer to the FoxWeb Configuration topic in the FoxWeb documentation.
Sent by Lynn Evans on 09/04/2003 07:56:57 AM:
Curious thing, the Program Root directory is still there but when I attempt to browse to it within the Program Root column in the FoxWeb Control Panel the directory listing does not include the currently specified Program Root Directory. For some reason it does not see it from here. Any sugestions as to why?
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 09/02/2003 07:24:09 PM:
FoxWeb attempts to set the current directory to the Program Root directory as defined in the FoxWeb Control Center before every hit. Either this setting was changed to point to a non-existent location, or the directory was deleted accidentally.
Sent by Lynn Evans on 09/02/2003 03:04:11 PM:
We have a FoxWeb app that a departed programmer wrote that was running just fine.
Suddenly it has started generating a FoxWeb Foundation Program Script error in the log. Error 202 Invalid path or file name. Line 135 SET DEFAULT TO (Request Program Root).
We must have changed something somewhere but I have looked and am unable to put my finger on it.