List of pages published


J

jimt

Is there a way to see a list of pages published. I am using FP2000 with
FP-extensions 2002. When I publish from the localhost to the host web I
select the "publish only the pages that has changed" option.

However after recovering from a hard disk failure, restores, and a host of
software, FP and other problems it appears there are 3-4 documents that get
uploaded every time I publish. The documents are word documents that was
imported, stored in a separate directory, and links on HTML pages to open or
download. On the publishing pop-up window the document names are displayed
below the progress bar and the upload time appears that the documents are
actually uploading. I've published a half a dozen times since my recovery and
these documents has appeared each time.

1. Any way to see if these documents are actually published each time (even
when they haven't been changed?
2. If they are published each time, any ideas why?
3. If they are published each time, any ideas on a solution?

Thanks
Jim T.
 
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Stefan B Rusynko

Do a Publish ALL once to get your sites in sync
In your Remote site settings you can select the option to create a Log
- then after publishing you can view the log

--

_____________________________________________
SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
"Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
_____________________________________________


| Is there a way to see a list of pages published. I am using FP2000 with
| FP-extensions 2002. When I publish from the localhost to the host web I
| select the "publish only the pages that has changed" option.
|
| However after recovering from a hard disk failure, restores, and a host of
| software, FP and other problems it appears there are 3-4 documents that get
| uploaded every time I publish. The documents are word documents that was
| imported, stored in a separate directory, and links on HTML pages to open or
| download. On the publishing pop-up window the document names are displayed
| below the progress bar and the upload time appears that the documents are
| actually uploading. I've published a half a dozen times since my recovery and
| these documents has appeared each time.
|
| 1. Any way to see if these documents are actually published each time (even
| when they haven't been changed?
| 2. If they are published each time, any ideas why?
| 3. If they are published each time, any ideas on a solution?
|
| Thanks
| Jim T.
 
J

jimt

Stefan,

Thanks. I wasn't sure what you meant by remote site setting but assumed it
was the ISP host. I've taken a look at the logs on the host as webmaster and
they are hard to follow (logs for the typical system manager). I was hoping
there was a more user-friendly report in FP. If I've misinterpreted you reply
please let me know (my background was IT management not technical so I'm
still a tech newbie).

Thanks
Jim T.
 
S

Stefan B Rusynko

No I mean in FP, not your raw server logs
In FP Select the Remote Site View
- Then Remote Site properties

--

_____________________________________________
SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
"Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
_____________________________________________


| Stefan,
|
| Thanks. I wasn't sure what you meant by remote site setting but assumed it
| was the ISP host. I've taken a look at the logs on the host as webmaster and
| they are hard to follow (logs for the typical system manager). I was hoping
| there was a more user-friendly report in FP. If I've misinterpreted you reply
| please let me know (my background was IT management not technical so I'm
| still a tech newbie).
|
| Thanks
| Jim T.
|
| "Stefan B Rusynko" wrote:
|
| > Do a Publish ALL once to get your sites in sync
| > In your Remote site settings you can select the option to create a Log
| > - then after publishing you can view the log
| >
| > --
| >
| > _____________________________________________
| > SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
| > "Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
| > _____________________________________________
| >
| >
| > | Is there a way to see a list of pages published. I am using FP2000 with
| > | FP-extensions 2002. When I publish from the localhost to the host web I
| > | select the "publish only the pages that has changed" option.
| > |
| > | However after recovering from a hard disk failure, restores, and a host of
| > | software, FP and other problems it appears there are 3-4 documents that get
| > | uploaded every time I publish. The documents are word documents that was
| > | imported, stored in a separate directory, and links on HTML pages to open or
| > | download. On the publishing pop-up window the document names are displayed
| > | below the progress bar and the upload time appears that the documents are
| > | actually uploading. I've published a half a dozen times since my recovery and
| > | these documents has appeared each time.
| > |
| > | 1. Any way to see if these documents are actually published each time (even
| > | when they haven't been changed?
| > | 2. If they are published each time, any ideas why?
| > | 3. If they are published each time, any ideas on a solution?
| > |
| > | Thanks
| > | Jim T.
| >
| >
| >
 
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J

jimt

Thanks. I'm using FP2000 and do not see an option to for Remote Site View. I
have found a report, Publish Status, that I have must have previously
overlooked. This report is a log/list of pages publish. The report has
sortable column headers so simply sorting by descending date displays the
pages uploaded in the last publish.

I've had so many challenges in restoring/reestablishing the site after my
laptop hard drive crash, I've often overlooked the obvious in resolving some
of the issues. Thanks for your help and patience.

Jim T.



Stefan B Rusynko said:
No I mean in FP, not your raw server logs
In FP Select the Remote Site View
- Then Remote Site properties

--

_____________________________________________
SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
"Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
_____________________________________________


| Stefan,
|
| Thanks. I wasn't sure what you meant by remote site setting but assumed it
| was the ISP host. I've taken a look at the logs on the host as webmaster and
| they are hard to follow (logs for the typical system manager). I was hoping
| there was a more user-friendly report in FP. If I've misinterpreted you reply
| please let me know (my background was IT management not technical so I'm
| still a tech newbie).
|
| Thanks
| Jim T.
|
| "Stefan B Rusynko" wrote:
|
| > Do a Publish ALL once to get your sites in sync
| > In your Remote site settings you can select the option to create a Log
| > - then after publishing you can view the log
| >
| > --
| >
| > _____________________________________________
| > SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
| > "Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
| > _____________________________________________
| >
| >
| > | Is there a way to see a list of pages published. I am using FP2000 with
| > | FP-extensions 2002. When I publish from the localhost to the host web I
| > | select the "publish only the pages that has changed" option.
| > |
| > | However after recovering from a hard disk failure, restores, and a host of
| > | software, FP and other problems it appears there are 3-4 documents that get
| > | uploaded every time I publish. The documents are word documents that was
| > | imported, stored in a separate directory, and links on HTML pages to open or
| > | download. On the publishing pop-up window the document names are displayed
| > | below the progress bar and the upload time appears that the documents are
| > | actually uploading. I've published a half a dozen times since my recovery and
| > | these documents has appeared each time.
| > |
| > | 1. Any way to see if these documents are actually published each time (even
| > | when they haven't been changed?
| > | 2. If they are published each time, any ideas why?
| > | 3. If they are published each time, any ideas on a solution?
| > |
| > | Thanks
| > | Jim T.
| >
| >
| >
 

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