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On 15 Aug 2006, at 09:36, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Dieter Maurer wrote:
Thank you for reminding me of that log! I was looking in the wrong
log <:-) It's been a long time since I got my hands in the box...I
had a programmer. Anyway, below are the original problems I noticed
in the error log in the Zope interface:
The "Z2.log" file might give you glues towards the actual requests
that produce the response above.
These "pages" are not part of the Web site. What is
"LAC_Compliance"? A Google turned up zero.
NotFound: http://www.livestocksling.com/1024 [ /eng/Swine-
All_Products_frame ] This is indeed a page, but notice the
brackets. Are these somehow originating in Zope?
Do you even read answers that people post to your questions? I told
you yesterday that Zope does not magically create requests, and that
it is perfectly normal for people or software outside of your control
to create requests for stuff that does not exist on your site. Stop
getting hung up about 404 responses. This is *not* an error and
certainly not something that will hang your site.
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