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    Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    (Edited by Leif to make link live - see the quick guide)

    Here's the link: http://www.sarversystems.com/_vti_bi...dll/search.htm

    I used the "insert web component" search engine, but obviously it doesn't work.

    I have no idea what to do. There's no settings to change other than the text to show on the buttons! <img src=/S/confused.gif border=0 alt=confused width=15 height=20>

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    Just a guess, but the attachment below looks like it is referencing to a file local to your system as opposed to on your web server....?
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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    But how do I fix it? I see no options to change.

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    Can you confirm:
    1] Your ISP has the correct Server Extensions installed and running (I think they may have to be FPSE2002)
    2] You published using FP itself, not by FTP or other means.

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    I had to call a few weeks ago to have FPSE2000 upgraded to FPSE2002. Everything else on the site is working, so I assume the FPSE are still working.

    I am publishing the web by using the publish button. I've never used FTP to publish the web.

    <img src=/S/brickwall.gif border=0 alt=brickwall width=25 height=15>

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    I've never used the Search component before - so quickly made up a page with only the search component on it and it worked fine.

    Is the address "D:htmluserssarversystemscom..." local (i.e. the folder on your HD) - or do you think it may be the folder at your ISP?

    Can you try publishing a blank page with nothing on it other than the Search component to your web root directory and see if that works?

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    D: is my CDROM, so I assume its on my Web Provider's system.

    I'll upload a search page when I get home to see if it works from there.

    You say you've never used it before, but I'm wondering what you normally use instead? Some sort of Javascript?

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    No - I've just never had a need for a Search on a website <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    http://www.sarversystems.com/new search.htm

    Still won't work.

    My original Search Page was in the root of the web as well, but I made a new one just to see if there something fubar with the old one. As you can see, same error.

    Any other ideas?

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    Nobody can help me here?

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    Have you tried a total update to the website, specifying that publishing overwrites ALL files?
    (You must do this via File > Publish Web, not using the toolbar button.)

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    I just did a complete update. It overwrote every file on my server. Still doesn't work. Same exact error every time.


    I'm leaning towards it being a problem on my server's end, but what could it be?

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    Maybe IIS doesn't have appropriate privileges to that folder? Does anyone else using your web host have a functional FP search?

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    The only thing I can think of to try now is to totally wipe all contents on your web - you may need your ISP to do that - then re-publish. The ability of FP to remove unwanted files can be a bit flaky.

    And as Jefferson suggests, it may be interesting to know if anyopne else has a functional search page....

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    Re: Internal search engine no worky worky! (2002)

    I've gotten a little further into decrypting that error code. Apparently that path that is returend is for my secure website. The page that the search engine is on is not on a secure site though.

    Any ideas from here?

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