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How to migrate existing static html pages to WebDB site? [message #364973] Tue, 29 February 2000 10:56
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I have WebDB 2.1 installed against Oracle 8i on an NT box. I'm trying to migrate existing html pages into a WebDB site.

There is a white paper (refering to migrating pages from MS Frontpage) on OTN that says to paste the HTML into a dynamic page in the BUILD-->USER INTERFACE COMPONENTS-->DYNAMIC PAGES section.

When I try to do this for my pages (which were not created in FrontPage btw), the resulting page displays the EMP table, which was present in the example, even though I deleted that code and entered my own. I gave execute priveleges for the resulting dynamic page to sitename, sitename_public and sitename_admin, but no matter what I do the "Example Dynamic Page" still comes up when I run the page...

Any ideas would be very welcome!

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