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KM Doc iView Issue

I'm trying to set up a km doc iView so that a particular HTML page can be displayed. I've loaded the content into KM and it consists of many folders and files. The structure is as follows :

/documents/abc

- abc_en (folder, includes multiple folders/files)

- abc_index.html

I would like to setup an iView to display abc_index.html. I went into Portal Content and created a new KM doc iView and set the "path to document" to "/documents/abc/abc_index.html"

The problem is, when I try to run this iView I get a portal runtime error. If I check the logs, it complains that it cannot find the abc_en.default iView.

Any ideas or help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    Posted on Jul 17, 2008 at 11:32 PM

    Hi ,

    check whether did you give path correctly or not

    you have created folder in KM content and then right click that folder go to details and go to settings after that navigate to properties after that look into access link you will get path but normally if you have created folder my folder 1 under documents folder of Km so path will be /documents/myfolder .Properties of Km iviews hold the keys.

    Hope this helps!

    Koti Reddy

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    • Former Member Pramod Gopisetty

      Hi All,

      Thanks for the replies. I found that the problem was occuring because the HTML file I was trying to display was actually forwarding to a different file. When I use the file it was forwarding to directly when creating the iView, it seems to work. The only issue I have now is that the HTML file tries to display an image which it refers to relatively (it is also in KM) however the relative path doesn't work when trying to view it as a KM iView. Any ideas how I could fix this besides just modifying the HTML image link?

      Thanks!

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