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Hello, Can someone please help me with this. I am using Uniform server 3.3 and unitray. When i click on any link in unitray it gives me the following error message. I have posted the error message as an attachment. After which the command is executed. Please help me fix the issue.

 

Thank you.

 

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Two hours ago I downloaded this plugin to see if I would have similar problems OK I confess I have never used it because I like bat files. It’s easy to install however I did get that error message on three links (I have not finished all my testing) what puzzles me is that all his links fail. There cannot be anything missing because he gets the menu list ie the plugin is correctly installed and loads it’s ini file (ps info I use XP Home).

Are those three links that did not work?

Incorrect paths open UniTray.ini

 

To start Uniserver it should look like this:

 

[startUniServer]

Action: run; FileName: "%USRoot%\Server_Start.bat"; ShowCmd: hidden; Flags: waituntilterminated

 

PHP info

 

To get it displayed in browser should look like this (last line):

 

[serverGen]

Type: item; Caption: "Server Information"; Action: shellexecute; FileName: "%WebRoot%/info/"; Glyph: 4

Type: item; Caption: "Server Status"; Action: shellexecute; FileName: "%WebRoot%/status/"; Glyph: 4

Type: item; Caption: "PHP Information"; Action: shellexecute; FileName: "%APWebRoot%/phpinfo.php"; Glyph: 4

 

Images: well the folder (www/images) does not exist in 3.3 hence path failure. :) Make one

 

One final point to my horror I pressed “Install all services” and it did just that, now I hate removing this stuff. Well I clicked that magic button “Remove All services” and it just went off and did its thing. Is that ace or what? There was some dross left on the C drive, basically inactive folders.

 

When I have time I will pop this on UniCenter I must have one final word, what a grate guy Onno Broekmans is for putting such an excellent piece of software into the public domain. :)

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I know.... :) I saw another server using it and i just knew that i had to make one for Uniform Server and fast. Its simple, effective and works great and you dont have to be loading Admin Panel everytime anymore.... :)

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I know.... :) I saw another server using it and i just knew that i had to make one for Uniform Server and fast. Its simple, effective and works great and you dont have to be loading Admin Panel everytime anymore.... :)

 

Hello,

 

Sorry for the late reply... I use WIn XP Pro and I followed the instructions to set it up. It works but the error msg keeps popping up. Also when i start the server using unitray i get an error msg saying Winodws cannot find W:\www..... but the page opens without a problem.I have posted the image. Thank you.

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Hello,

 

Sorry for the late reply... I use WIn XP Pro and I followed the instructions to set it up. It works but the error msg keeps popping up. Also when i start the server using unitray i get an error msg saying Winodws cannot find W:\www..... but the page opens without a problem.I have posted the image. Thank you.

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I have read the message “Windows cannot find “W:\www.myORTHO_Ver1.0\index.html” and I find it interesting because if you clicked a link in UniTray and received that, it’s not possible.

 

You can run two instances of UniTray so long as they are in different folders.

 

However that’s beside the point: Try the following two links and tell me what you get:

 

Left click on the tray icon and then click on About:

 

Left click on the tray icon and then click on Uniform Server:

 

The first is version independent hence you should be able to read the intro.

 

The second executes a path to the UniServer home site; this will be viewable in your browser.

Just need that extra bit of info to point you in the right direction :)

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Hello Ric,

 

First thanks for helping out. When I click on the "about" link the window opens and it reads about the uniform server and no error message pops up. But if click on the other link the website opens, but before the website opens the shell execute error message pops up.

 

Another thing is the second error message i wrote about pops up even if unitray is not used. IF i use the start.bat file it happens.

 

Thanks.

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You are losing me... so you have two problems? can you restate them clearly?

 

The second problem is when i start the server using unitray i get an error msg saying Winodws cannot find W:\www..... but the page opens without a problem.I have posted the image. This happens even if i use the bat file.

 

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The version of UniTray that was released is somehow not compatible with 3.3 and thats because 3.3 underwent some changes. The next version, 1.0, out of beta and alpha testing, should work better.

 

Sorry.

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The version of UniTray that was released is somehow not compatible with 3.3 and thats because 3.3 underwent some changes. The next version, 1.0, out of beta and alpha testing, should work better.

 

Sorry.

 

 

Thank you for the help. Will wait for the next release.

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