[Seaside] setting a file name

James j at mesbridger.com
Thu Aug 25 00:24:20 CEST 2005

Hi Brett and other seasiders,

I've tried registering for http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/ and the maps API 
is still not happy. One of the things that users have been complaining about 
on the discussion boards is the fact that subfolders are not covered by the 
key, and I have no idea how to get my seaside application running in the 
root /go directory. If I try to set it up in the config application it tells 
me I must set a path.

Could you provide more information on how you got your application to use 
google maps?

Alternatively I guess it comes back to my original question, is there any 
way to make it look like seaside is coming from a filename rather than a 



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> Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2005 09:52:35 -0700
> From: "Brett R. Taylor" <brett.taylor at healthauditors.com>
> Subject: Re: [Seaside] setting a file name
> To: "The Squeak Enterprise Aubergines Server - general discussion."
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> I registered with Google as http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/.  That
> way,  any Seaside app will work using the /go directory.    I suppose
> I'll have to do some url rewriting to make sure that
> http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/myApp/ will work correctly.
> Brett
> James wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've been playing with Google maps and have hit a bit of a problem
>> with using it with seaside.
>> I am OK when i show my initial page, with a url along the lines of
>> http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/maps/. The problem arises when I
>> perform anything that leads to a page reload. Google maps are tied by
>> an API key to a folder in you site. After a page reload my url looks
>> like
>> http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/maps?_s=gbhiBxgfxlwIiudu&_k=KqHvfshA,
>> which google interprets as a different folder, so my map will no
>> longer show.
>> Is there any way to include a filename in the url for all seaside
>> pages, ie something like
>> http://myPCName:8008/seaside/go/maps/maps.html, as I'm pretty sure
>> google would then be happy. I've tried to do this through the
>> configuration settings by making it the base path, but then the
>> broswer could not find my page at all.
>> thanks
>> James Bridger
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