for one client on his new local FMS server, while sitting on the same computer with a FMP using server file, the interactive containers only show white.
No errors shown and no content.
What could that be?
We added the certificate from the server to be trusted by Safari and now we get:
The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.
Thank you for your posts.
There have been a few reports of running FileMaker Pro on the same machine with FileMaker Server where disconnects occur and Container field data being inaccessible.
Did you install the certificate via the Admin Console? Command Line?
If you run FileMaker Pro on another machine and access the hosted file, are you able to see the interactive content?
Well, the client installed a certificate.
The problem may be we access the server via localhost.
The certificate is for a domain of the client, but of course not for 127.0.0.1.
Do you know a way to ignore certificates for HTTPS for localhost?
I'll as whether they see container from other computer.
Client tells this FMS doesn't serve interactive container to other computer, too.
Web Publishing engine is not running. Could this be the reason?
Now I wonder why it's not available and we can't turn it on?
What occurs when you try to turn on the Web Publishing Engine?
What version of FileMaker Server is being used? What operating system is running on the Mac? What version of Java?
Was FileMaker Server updated from a previous version? If so, what version?
Well, web engine is off:
when we click on the web publishing settings, we get error:
but it's configured to run automatically:
So not sure why it's not running and why we can't enable it!?
Are you able to start the Web Publishing engine via the command line? That is,
fmsadmin start wpe
Do you have any other utility/application running on the server using port 80 and/or port 443?
Is there any anti-virus utility running?
As of today, the client gets messagfe
error_log of HTTPServer shows:
[Wed Feb 21 09:17:20.318970 2018] [proxy:error] [pid 296] [client 127.0.0.1:51480] AH00898: DNS lookup failure for: localhost returned by /Streaming/MainDB/C85A80413D6D7835A49ACD696BD16508AF1A5B54C1BC4353875224866059FD54.pdf
[Wed Feb 21 09:17:20.319221 2018] [core:error] [pid 296] [client 127.0.0.1:51480] AH00082: an unknown filter was not added: includes
for each container request.
and in access.log we have:
127.0.0.1 - - [21/Feb/2018:09:17:20 +0100] "GET /Streaming/MainDB/C85A80413D6D7835A49ACD696BD16508AF1A5B54C1BC4353875224866059FD54.pdf?RCType=RCFileProcessor HTTP/1.1" 502 401
(all with hundreds of similar messages)
Does someone know at FMI why you get the bad gateway error (502) for loading PDF?
If the Web Publishing Engine is turned off, then you will get a Bad Gateway error 502.3. Since you can't seem to turn this on via the Admin Console, have you tried from the command line?
What information is displayed in the event.log file regarding the Web Publishing Engine?
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