Infrastructure Map Server General Discussion

Infrastructure Map Server General Discussion

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*pelicon, simon
Message 1 of 2 (181 Views)

MapGuide on Windows server 2003

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06-18-2003 10:19 PM
Hi
"What do you want to ask?"
RESPONSE:
"I have installed MapGuide server on Windows server 2003 (IIS 6.0).
Installation went ok. MapGuide author works ok on server and other client
machines.
I have problem that MapGuide viewer ActiveX control in IE can't read mwf
file from server. I got response:
Network request failed:
Type:Map Window File
URL: ...

URL address is ok and it is normaly available in IE (for download for
example) but when MapGuideViewer tries to read it, it comes error.
I have checked security but i can't find reasone why it doesn't work."

Simon
*Rylander, Joakim
Message 2 of 2 (181 Views)

Re: MapGuide on Windows server 2003

06-20-2003 02:56 AM in reply to: *pelicon, simon
Hi,

Make sure that your IIS has a correct MIME mapping for MWF format.
It should be like this for ".mwf":
"application/x-mwf"

Read more in Mapguide manuals.

Best regards,
Jocke


"simon pelicon" wrote in message
news:A477E08CFB667DAF24277DE53F65FD7B@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Hi
> "What do you want to ask?"
> RESPONSE:
> "I have installed MapGuide server on Windows server 2003 (IIS 6.0).
> Installation went ok. MapGuide author works ok on server and other client
> machines.
> I have problem that MapGuide viewer ActiveX control in IE can't read mwf
> file from server. I got response:
> Network request failed:
> Type:Map Window File
> URL: ...
>
> URL address is ok and it is normaly available in IE (for download for
> example) but when MapGuideViewer tries to read it, it comes error.
> I have checked security but i can't find reasone why it doesn't work."
>
> Simon
>
>
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