This is the correct approach. This way, you will be able to call your scripts, using either one of the two host names, or the IP address.
Sent by Joe Goldsmith on 04/19/2007 04:38:35 PM:
Yes, you are right. I just substituted "My IP Address" for the real one.
I have two web sites on the same server but are not multi-homed.
www.justdeejays.com = 18.104.22.168 - points to c:\inetpub\jdj and the default page is justdeejays.fwx
www.justdjs.com = 22.214.171.124 (made to point to justdeejays.com in case someone enters the wrong URL). This points to c:\inetpub\jdj and the default page is justdeejays.fwx
I read your message below and consulted the two locations noted in your message below. My configuration in the virtual servers pane was:
This was causing the original error below so I changed it to:
This change has just been done so not sure if it corrects the problem but would like to have your comments please.
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 04/18/2007 10:44:22 AM:
I'm assumming that the error did not actually specify "My IP Address" as the domain, but rather a real IP address, right? The message indicates that you did not add this IP address in the Virtual Servers grid in the FoxWeb Control Center. For details please refer to the FoxWeb Configuration, or Troubleshooting pages in the FoxWeb documentation.
Sent by Joe Goldsmith on 04/17/2007 11:13:43 PM:
In my error log I have found the following entry:
Script: FoxWeb Foundation Program
Error: No program root has been configured for domain "My IP Address"
This happened twice. The MY IP Address is the correct address for the server and site. Looking through the otehr tabs on the Error Log pane offers no other advice as to the offending script. ANy ideas what's foing on?