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Did you install ColdFusion Webserver?
Local Site: C:/Inetpub/wwwroot/MyLocalSite/
Testing Server: C:/Inetpub/wwwroot/MyLocalSite/
URL Prefix: http://localhost/MyLocalSite
Ignore the warning.
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"BIOTECCONNECT2" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I am just getting started using Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 with ColdFusion
> I wish to build a dynamic web site that links to the MS Access 2000
> database I
> have built. Before I install my dynamic web site on a web server I wish
> build the web site on my Dell Dimension 8200 using Windows XP Service Pack
> and 516 MB RAM so I can develop and test it on the same computer.
> I created a folder on my hard drive C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\MyLocalSite and in
> Dreamweaver Site Definition for MyLocalSite I provided the URL
> http://C:/Inetpub/wwwroot/MyLocalSite/ and clicked Next>. Then I selected
> I did want to use a server technology and selected ColdFusion and clicked
> Next>. Then I selected Edit and test locally (my testing server is on
> computer) and indicated C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\MyLocalSite\ as to where on my
> computer I wanted to store my files and clicked Next>. Then I
> http://localhost/mylocalsite/ as the URL I would use to browse to the
> root of
> my site and clicked Next>. At this point I received the following
> The Site URL prefix [/mylocalsite] for the testing server does not match
> site URL prefix
> [/Inetpub/wwwroot/MyLocalSite] specified in HTTP Address for the site.
> may cause pages using site relative links to display incorrectly at run
> Proceed anyway? So I clicked the Cancel button the warning and clicked
> Testing URL button on the Testing Files tab of the Site Definition after
> I received the following message.
> Dreamweaver cannot use the prefix you entered to display live data.
> double-check your site configuration or click on Help for more information
> how to correct this problem. (HTTP Error: 1209)
> I?ve done all this and I am at a loss for how to proceed from here. Any
> suggestions are most welcome!