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Extra character in Web URL preventing it from opening

Not sure if this should go here or in the Web section:

 

Using TRIM 7.1 (Build 1157).  Whenever we try to display or export a web URL for a record, TRIM sticks an extra '/' into the address.  Consequently, the address doesn't work, unless the '/' is manually removed.

 

An example:

http://<ip address>/HPTRIMWebClient/default.aspx/?uri=855481&t=record&lang=ln_english&mbd=false

 

which doesn't work, whereas:

 

http://<ip address>/HPTRIMWebClient/default.aspx?uri=855481&t=record&lang=ln_english&mbd=false

 

does.

 

The interesting thing is that we have listed the address as being:

 

http://<ip address>/HPTRIMWebClient/default.aspx

 

but TRIM changes this to be:

 

http://<ip address>/HPTRIMWebClient/default.aspx/

 

Is there a way to prevent TRIM from adding in the extra /?

3 REPLIES
Honored Contributor

Re: Extra character in Web URL preventing it from opening

Loose the "default.aspx" part so that only "http://<ip address>/HPTRIMWebClient" is left in the system options. That will work.

And I wouldn't use the IP address, but a DNS alias, so that when you change the server the clients will still be able to connect using the old url's.


(Any opinions expressed in this forum are my own personal opinion and should not be construed as an official statement by DXC Technology.)

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Frequent Advisor

Re: Extra character in Web URL preventing it from opening

Hi Sander,

 

Thanks for the quick response.  Unfortunately when I remove the default.aspx part, as suggested, the browser is unable to find the page.

 

The IP address vs DNS alias is an ongoing saga at our organisation!  We're hoping to get something implemented before Christmas 20xx...

Honored Contributor

Re: Extra character in Web URL preventing it from opening

In the HPTRIMWebClient application in IIS, there should be a "Default Document" configuration option that should list default.aspx. That should make sure you get the page in your browser.


(Any opinions expressed in this forum are my own personal opinion and should not be construed as an official statement by DXC Technology.)

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