Was the firefox browser used from the Preview button? If so, you could try
using other browser like IE to see whether it can get rid of the warning.
replace that string with the IE installation on your machine, for example,
it is "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE" on my machine.
> I invoked it from the Preview button of the Librarian Interface
> I have now opened up another collection which gave the same warning but
> opened correctly with indices working, so I must have something else
> wrong with the 'sample papers' collection.
> I've now opened up the collections using the Digital Library (home
> page), and it did not give the warning, but all collections do when
> using the GLI and preview button.
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Hello Robinson,
>> That URL didn't look alright to me, if your collection name is "Papers
>> Sample" the c parameter should have the value "paperssa" which is also
>> collection's directory name in the collect dir. How did you invoke your
>> collection from the home page or the preview button? Could you check
>>> I opened a collection today that had been working correctly a couple of
>>> months ago, and got the following message
>>> Windows cannot find □http://192.168.0.183:80/gsdl?c=Papers
>>> Sample&l=en&a=p&p=about&uq=1184567292265□. Make sure you typed the name
>>> correctly, and then try again. To search for a file, click the Start
>>> button, and then click Search.
>>> The collection name is Papers Sample, and I could see nothing missing
>>> the collect directory for that collection. I rebuilt the collection
>>> the GLI but still get the same error warning.
>>> The warning comes up immediately on opening the collection, which does
>>> not display any of the indices that have been built, and shows only a
>>> search facility - but that does not give results for any searches.
>>> I re-installed Greenstone 2.72, but am still getting the warning. I am
>>> using Windows XP.
>>> I presume there is a file corrupt or missing but I cannot