[Xerte] Error at Publish- version 1.9
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Tue Jan 15 13:18:22 GMT 2008
I just downloaded (about 5 minutes ago) to a Server 2003 and right click on
desktop, create folder, right click folder, new xerte file, double click to
open, file->publish, get the error. As a note- ALL have firefox as default
browser, not IE
On Jan 15, 2008 8:00 AM, Tenney Julian <Julian.Tenney at nottingham.ac.uk>
> just so we have the same version in front of us, can you download the
> latest xerte and try it again?
> *From:* xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:
> xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] *On Behalf Of *William Laakkonen
> *Sent:* 15 January 2008 12:56
> *To:* Xerte discussion list
> *Subject:* Re: [Xerte] Error at Publish- version 1.9
> Hi Julian,
> That is indeed exactly what I am doing. I am a local administrator on the
> XP machine, a standard domain user on the 2000. On both the users have full
> access rights to the project folders created on the desktop.
> Best regards,
> Bill Laakkonen
> On Jan 15, 2008 7:29 AM, Tenney Julian <Julian.Tenney at nottingham.ac.uk>
> > Thanks for the feedback.
> > I can't replicate the error. If you make a new folder on your desktop,
> > right click in it and create a new RLO, double click it to open it in Xerte
> > and choose File -> Publish, do you still get the error?
> > Julian
> > ------------------------------
> > *From:* xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:
> > xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] *On Behalf Of *William Laakkonen
> > *Sent:* 15 January 2008 12:02
> > *To:* xerte at lists.nottingham.ac.uk
> > *Subject:* [Xerte] Error at Publish- version 1.9
> > Hi Guys,
> > First off - I must say I am delighted to use this wonderful tool. It is
> > a huge head-start for creating accesible learning content and I had no
> > trouble creating some basic content straight away. It is exciting to see
> > such a useful tool offered to the world to freely use. Great work and
> > documentation rivals many commercial works.
> > I unfortunately must report an error I am experiencing upon attempts to
> > publish my own files as well as example files downloaded from the Xerte
> > site. When I go to File->Publish I get the following error:
> > A dialog box labeled "Error Copying File or Folder" with the message
> > "Cannot copy file: Cannot read from source file or disk" with a Button
> > labeled "OK" followed immediately by a dialog box titled "pcd_test.rlo" (one
> > of the file names) with the message "Publish Complete. All files for web
> > deployment created" and a Button labeled "OK"
> > When I look into the associated project folder, it appears the template
> > file was copied (as it is from the program directory). I have not modified
> > the template files.
> > I looked at the list archives and did not see any other posts regarding
> > this. I have not used a previous version of Xerte on any machine here.
> > Here is what I am using to produce this error with Xerte Version 1.9:
> > Windows XP SP2 with IE7.0 and Flashplayer 9
> > I also attempted this on another workstation here with the same result:
> > Windows 2000 SP4 with IE6.0 and Flashplayer 9
> > Both workstations are part of a Server 2003 Windows domain. Both have
> > Office Professional 2003.
> > Please let me know if I've left off any details you guys may further
> > need to help me resolve this issue. Or have I missed a pre-requisite
> > somewhere?
> > May I suggest you consider a couple of additions to the error and
> > publish dialogs?
> > It may be easier to diagnose such an error in the future should the
> > "error copying file or folder" dialog box be modified to contain the names
> > of files and folders that have failed to copy. It also may be helpful for
> > new users should the box with the "Publish Complete..." message explicitly
> > refer to the path and files created (or not) in the publish process.
> > Once again, I enjoy using this marvelous tool as far as I've been able
> > to use it. I hope this error is something simple that I have missed and I
> > look forward to resolving this with your help.
> > As another suggestion it would be nice to see the program requisites and
> > recommendations for OS and associated programs listed on the web site; or
> > have I missed the listings?
> > Thanks and best regards,
> > Bill Laakkonen
> > AVATAVA
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