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Re: Posting tree to my own personal website
Posted by: Richard Bouchard Date: February 06, 2000 at 20:39:07
In Reply to: Posting tree to my own personal website by Fran Gorman of 11492

I tried placing the UFT 3.0 generated HTML directory and files on my homepage, but it didn't work because of an incompatibility in filenaming conventions. My ISP's file server uses LINUX while my machine and UFT are Windows. One is case sensitive, the other is not. I believe UFT uses mix cases, but some of the subordinate links are not, therefore when I uploaded the directory and files to my ISP's server's the links to the subordinate pages didn't work even tho' they worked on my machine. UFT tech support suggested I get a utility that changes the case of the filenames or the links - I think I'll get another genealogy program instead.


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