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Error at KM Navigation iView.

Hello All,

I ahve connected Portal to Extenal system, using webdav. Now am a ble to see my folders at extenal server in portal(Content Admin - KM content)

But whn i creat an KM navigation i View, i get the following error-

/webdavtest

The item you are attempting to access does not exist. Check whether the name of the associated repository is correct.

Please help....

Thanks-

Satya Kiran.

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2008 at 03:44 PM

    Satya,

    Some pointers,

    1) In KM content iview, did you try clicking the webdav repository folder? check what you get there. Does it take you in or does it give the same error message.

    2) Have you created WebDAV system for the repository?

    3) Have you done user mapping?

    4) Are you able to access the webdav in a plain browser?

    5) Check Component monitor iview for errors.

    These might give you a direction to fix the issue.

    All the best.

    Regards,

    Deepak

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      Deepak,

      yes at KM content view am ablt to see...

      All requried components created...lihe, HTTP , Webdav Rep Mangr, ...

      user mapping done, component monitor green - successfull.

      Am able to see the conten when created an URL iview, but not when created an KM Navigation iview.

      sk

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 09:48 AM

    I got the solution for this, thanks to every one answered.

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