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Difference between PHP and MySQL?

Thread began 4/10/2017 12:49 pm by anonymous | Last modified 4/20/2017 3:38 pm by Ray Borduin | 105 views | 1 replies |


Difference between PHP and MySQL?

I’ve attached 3 files to my project and added 3 buttons each with an Open Attachment action referencing the relevant file.

When I view the published html version in the local folder and click on the buttons, a new web window opens and I get a prompt asking if I want to open the file.

When I view the published version on the server I get a 404 error on clicking the button.

When I published the course as an offline module and click the buttons, the module disappears and nothing happens. I have found I can’t use the offline option anyway because the video Full Screen button does not work, but I tried it to see if the attached files would open.

I’ve checked the published output folder, and the 3 files are sitting there. I can also see the files sitting in Lectora in the Attachments folder in the Resource Manager dialog.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It could be a case sensitivity issue. Are you sure the folder names and file names are correct when it comes to case sensitivity? Your local machine may not be case sensitive and your live one is.

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