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[archive] Web Browser

[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 22 February 2006]

I am using a web browser object in a GUI screen that displays a .jpg picture from my server. This works when I am running in thick client but in Thin client it does not display the picture. I have tried it both from the Thin Client and running Thin from AcuBench. I have run debug on the program in thin client and it is getting the correct name and finding the file. My thin client server is a Linux system.

Has anyone had this problem?

thanks
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RE: [archive] Web Browser

When you run with thick client or through AcuBech it is likely that you are also using a runtime configuration file. Is this correct?

When setting up an alias for Thin client you also specify the configuration file to be used. Are you specifying a configuration file when creating an alias?
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You are correct I am specifying the config file when my alias is created. How do I remove an alias and recreate it? Do I simply remove it from the acurcl.ini file?

What I don't understand is when I run the program in debug mode I see the file name and it is correct but when I do the modify of the web object with the working storage item that contains that name I get no picture.
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RE: [archive] Web Browser

You can either remove it or modify it. acurcl -alias

type in the alias name and you'll see the options.
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