What exactly is showing for the document root for that apache server. If for instance the document root is /root/www/wiki then your url would be If the document root is /root/www then your url would be

The file path is relative to your document root.

Kevin Bucknum
Senior Programmer Analyst
Tel: 985-893-2550

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Subject: Re: [WEB400] Accessing an IFS file from the Browser

Jon - the message I get is The requested URL /root/www/wiki/index.php
was not found on this server. I have tried the path without root and with
two // in it’s place. Same message.

Rob - Through the HTTP Server Admin tool I can see that I have WEBSERVER1,
an Apache server, running and listening at, the path that I
have been using.

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