[Lazarus] httpWebServer does not show images for some users
john.repucci at gmail.com
Sat Jul 7 17:42:27 CEST 2012
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> Date: Sat, 7 Jul 2012 09:31:44 +0200 (CEST)
> From: Michael Van Canneyt <michael at freepascal.org>
> Subject: Re: [Lazarus] httpWebServer does not show images for some
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> On Fri, 6 Jul 2012, John Repucci wrote:
>> I've been playing around with the httpwebserver and having problems
>> getting it to display images.
>> see: http://www.lazarus.freepascal.org/index.php/topic,17296.0.html
>> for some history on this.
>> I've added the project if you care to look at it.
>> Neither Reinier or I see the image when we compile the app, but
>> Leledumbo does see the image.
> I also could see the image, but the URL I had to use is:
> The reason for this is that you have 2 modules in your application.
> If you do not specify a path, the webserver has no way of determining
> what module it should invoke. There is a property 'AllowDefaultModule'
> which will allow to select a default module if no module name is found.
> Then, if you have multiple modules, you need to tell the webserver which
> is the default module to use. You can do this by setting DefaultModuleName.
> So, I set up the project file by adding
> and then everything worked fine with the URL:
After adding the above lines (thank you) and using
http://localhost:8081/index.html, I get a blank page (and nothing on
the source page). (tested using both FF and Chrome)
The only way I am able to see the expected web page is by using:
http://localhost:8081/main/default (still no image).
When I use Application.DefaultModuleName:='main', then going to
http://localhost:8081/ I see the expected page (still no image).
re: Modules - I have two modules? I see the Main module (
RegisterHTTPModule('Main', TMain)), but where is the 2nd module?
'img' is suppose to be the location for my image files. (in this
case, in the same directory as the application)
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