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Index links missing

sshannysshanny Posts: 18 Bronze 2
edited January 26, 2007 5:29PM in SQL Doc Previous Versions
I just upgraded to 1.1 and the index links are pointing to nothing. They worked in the original release.

Also it is possible to have HTML that works in OS X Safari and Firefox in addition to IE? Most of our developers are using Macs and don't have access to IE.

In Firefox the URL's are messed up. An example would be:

IE:
http://localhost/warehouse/Tables/dbo.d_date.html

In Firefox:
http://localhost/warehouse/dbo.d_date_hmtl

Not sure why it is not generated correctly in the FF browser.

Thanks

--sean

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    Hi Sean,
    Can you explain further what you mean by the index links are pointing to nothing?
    Are you using Framed or not Framed? Are you meaning the tree links?
    Also it is possible to have HTML that works in OS X Safari and Firefox in addition to IE? Most of our developers are using Macs and don't have access to IE.
    Are you refuring to the relative file paths having backslashes rather than forward slashes?
    Can you explain further please about what you mean?

    What type of Webserver are you putting the HTML on?

    Thanks
    David
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    sshannysshanny Posts: 18 Bronze 2
    We are publishing to IIS on windows 2003 server. Straight file directory mount.

    Looking at a tables page there is the columns table where there are links to indicate that the column participates in an index. There is an anchor link on that image. The corresponding index section does not exist on the page. It did in the prior version.

    There is no index quicklink anymore either. Did all this go away or is there a problem. The prior version use to have a separate section on the page that displayed each index definition.

    For the second question when the same URL is access via the FireFox browser the link to access a table definition page is formed as foillows:

    http://localhost/warehouse/Tables%5CTables.html

    Please note that the link above has a backslash between /Tables and before Tables.html

    The link correctly renders in safari

    If you click on one of the index icons in a column definition the link goes to the following URL:

    http://localhost/warehouse/Tables/dbo.d ... ml#indexes

    but there is no #indexes section on the page.

    Hope this helps.

    --sean
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    Hi Sean,
    It sounds like indexes have disabled themselves off your page? Is that correct?
    could you send me your project file please?
    (david.connell at red-gate.com)
    Regards
    David
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    sshannysshanny Posts: 18 Bronze 2
    Seems that the act of creating a new project has fixed by missing index and sql script sections.

    Still having an issue with the Firefox browser but David is looking into that.

    --sean
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    Hi Sean,
    Thanks for the project file. Glad that re-creating the project file solved your problem. I am investigating about the slashes.
    Regards
    David
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    Same problem here.
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