Thank you for the post.
Uninstalling and reinstalling was a great first step. If the issue persists, you could try the steps outlined in this post:
Please let me know if that resolves the issue, otherwise we can discuss further troubleshooting steps.TSFalconFileMaker, Inc.
Thanks for your quick reaction and reply.
The problem persited, despite the un- and re-installation. Also the suggestion with the other post regarding Apache did not solve it.
In the server deployment, Apache can be seen, so that's not the issue, but when I look at the log files of Apache after attempting to test the server, the log entry looks like this:
[Thu Nov 05 14:50:11 2012] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] File does not exist: /Library/WebServer/documents/fmi-test
[Thu Nov 05 14:50:11 2012] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] File does not exist: /Library/WebServer/documents/fmi
This indicates to me, that FileMaker has not installed some documents it would need in the WebServer.
Is that right? Any suggestion how I can get these files or install them manually?
Thanks for your support!
Thank you for the prompt reply.
When you uninstalled FileMaker Server 10 did you trash the entire FileMaker Server folder located in the root library?
A good next step would be to try and repair disk permissions:
- Launch Disk Utility, located at /Applications/Utilities/.
- Select the ‘First Aid’ tab.
- In the left-hand pane, select the Macintosh HD (or whatever your Mac OS X boot disk is called).
- Click the ‘Repair Disk Permissions’ button.
More information about repairing disk permission can be found here:
After repairing permissions, restart the computer, edit server deployment and redeploy. If you are still getting the error afterwards, please let me know and we can discuss next steps.TSFalconFileMaker, Inc.