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Expanding tree under apache on Linux that doesn't

UNIX Support_6
Occasional Visitor

Expanding tree under apache on Linux that doesn't

We have been using HP SIR, which uses an expanding tree to allow navigation of information. This works fine with apache (I think 1.3.4) on HP-UX, but with apache 1.3.27 on RedHat Linux (AS 2.1) the expanding tree won't expand.
Can anyone help? Any clues gratefully accepted. Thanks, dave
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Balaji N
Honored Contributor

Re: Expanding tree under apache on Linux that doesn't

can you see if you are able to see any errors

when u access this page in httpd error log.

post snippets from access and error logs whenu access this page.

-balaji
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UNIX Support_6
Occasional Visitor

Re: Expanding tree under apache on Linux that doesn't

Unfortunately, nothing gets added to the error log when the page is accessed or the tree icons clicked.
UNIX Support_6
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Re: Expanding tree under apache on Linux that doesn't

For Information, I have found a workaround for this problem, and that is to open the Page in a separate window (ie. something like: $Date).
Thanks to balaji for his/her reply, I'm happy with the workaround.