8 Replies Latest reply on Sep 11, 2014 7:19 PM by heathrowe

    Uploading embedded edge .oam files in muse

    DrMontague Level 2

      I have embedded Edge files in Muse and I can not get them to upload onto any server other than adobe business catalyst. I have hosting accounts at Godaddy and Hostgator. Adobe support for Muse and Edge tell me it's a problem with the hosting company. I don't believe that is the case.

      Any thoughts out there?

        • 1. Re: Uploading embedded edge .oam files in muse
          heathrowe Most Valuable Participant

          When you export html files you should be prompted to enter the domain name it is intended for. Did you do this before uploading to the respective host account.

           

          Darrell

          • 2. Re: Uploading embedded edge .oam files in muse
            DrMontague Level 2

            Yes. All of the ftp information was entered.

             

             

             

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            • 3. Re: Uploading embedded edge .oam files in muse
              heathrowe Most Valuable Participant

              I use hostgator, Business Plan - which plan do you have?

               

              Darrell

              • 4. Re: Uploading embedded edge .oam files in muse
                heathrowe Most Valuable Participant

                I just did a test with Hostgator and it worked fine.

                 

                A one pager Muse file, imported Edge Animate .oam package onto a master page. Saved as html and uploaded (manually via FTP) to a subfolder on my host.

                Sample: http://www.heathrowe.com/export/

                 

                Darrell

                • 5. Re: Uploading embedded edge .oam files in muse
                  DrMontague Level 2

                  Thanks Darrell for talking to me about this. When you say you uploaded

                  manually, are you not using the built in ftp in Muse?

                   

                   

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                  • 6. Re: Uploading embedded edge .oam files in muse
                    heathrowe Most Valuable Participant

                    Correct - I did not use Muse built in ftp.

                    I used SmartFTP and uploaded it that way.

                     

                    Darrell

                    • 7. Re: Uploading embedded edge .oam files in muse
                      DrMontague Level 2

                      Ok....maybe the built in ftp is my problem. So you load Muse and then

                      upload the Edge files separately? Or do you upload all of it using a third

                      party ftp?

                       

                       

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                      • 8. Re: Uploading embedded edge .oam files in muse
                        heathrowe Most Valuable Participant

                        You have to embed/import the Edge Animate project file .oam first - see complete steps below.


                        Step One - In Edge Animate

                        - Go to File > Publish Settings

                        - Enable Animate Deployment Package (keep the default settings). Take note the of the Target Directory  .\publish\xxx this is where the .oam package file will be saved to. A sub-folder under the Edge Animate folder structure. Click Save.

                        - Go to File > Publish.

                        - Minimize Edge Animate

                         

                        Step Two - In Adobe Muse

                        - Navigate to a page within your Muse project;

                        - Go to File > Import;

                        - At the File Browser dialog, navigate on your drive to the .\publish directory noted above and select the .oam file;

                        - You should see the Edge Animate thumb preview loaded in the place holder - click once to add it to the currently/active Muse page;

                        - File > Save;

                        - File > Save as Html (Save to a subfolder on desktop)

                         

                        Upload that sub folder to your Hostgator account and preview in Browser.

                         

                        hth

                        Darrell

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