Topic: svmanager.php cannot be accessed from site

get this message;
Fatal error: require() [function.require]: Failed opening required 'includes\constants.php' (include_path='.;c:\PHP5') in D:\Inetpub\thebottlebutleratlanta\svmanager.php on line 15

Help!

Re: svmanager.php cannot be accessed from site

You've renamed the svmanager folder to thebottlebutleratlanta – yes? Nothing wrong with that – I'm just checking if I understand your setup.

The message is saying that svmanager.php is looking for a file thebottlebutleratlanta\includes\constants.php and it's not finding it. So either it's not there or the server permissions are not allowing svManager to find it.

Please check if all the files in the svManager distribution are actually inside your thebottlebutleratlanta folder.

If all the files are there then check if svManager has read and write permissions on the thebottlebutleratlanta folder.

jack

Jack Hardie
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: svmanager.php cannot be accessed from site

Thank you for your reply. I resolved that issue by reloading the files to the server.

New issue:
I uploaded images - and i can see them pn the sderver, and it seems to be pointed correctly, but I get this message;
Firefox can't find the file at /C:/Users/Best Buy/Desktop/CW_work/bottle_butler/svmanager/g1

any advise?

Re: svmanager.php cannot be accessed from site

I guess that leading slash in front of the C: is just a typo in your post?

What are you doing when you see this message – just typing an address into the browser or something else?

jack

Jack Hardie
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: svmanager.php cannot be accessed from site

When i type in this path:
http://www.thebottlebutleratlanta.com/svmanager/g1

Browser message: page cannot be found.

Yet i can see on the server the images are loaded into the g1 directory. I am so confused!

Re: svmanager.php cannot be accessed from site

Most servers on the web are set up so when you type in a directory path like http://www.thebottlebutleratlanta.com/svmanager/g1/ they will look inside the directory for an index.html file. If they can't find that one then they'll look for index.htm and then index.php etc. Your server is not set-up this way. If you add the file name index.php to the end of your path then you'll see your gallery:

http://www.thebottlebutleratlanta.com/svmanager/g1/index.php

jack

Jack Hardie
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: svmanager.php cannot be accessed from site

Thank you! that works!