Access Code is worldvista6
> But so far the A/C: worldvista V/C: $#happy7 is rejected by VistACom.
> desktop& mobile [iPhone, iPad, Android] applications)
> In yet other words, this is something we've all been waiting for and
> an incredibly important step forwards for WorldVistA.
> For those on the EWD Training Course, this is the VM we'll use for
> Lessons 9& 10.
Yes...when I double click the Icon ( in the sub-directory, the VM starts
up (shows dEWPROP as the only virtual machine in the list) and gives me
this error message:
> Error while powering on: Unable to open file "C:\VistA Virtual
> Machine\dEWDrop\dEWDrop.vmdk": Insufficient permission to access file.
if I click OK and highlight the list entry and choose "Open a Virtual
Machine" I get the same message again.
Potentially important consideration...This did not go as entirely smooth
as written...when I downloaded the VM I accepted the default placement
and set up dEWDROP in a root subdirectory. The VM couldn't find the
So I re-downloaded the VM into the dEWDROP directory
which......killed/removed the .vmdk file (from my file directory at
1) I renamed the the dEWDROP directory dEWDROPMe and
2) re-unzipped the files to a new dEWDROP DIRECTORY then
3) moved the .vmdk file into the dEWDROPMe directory and
4)killed the new dEWDROP directory and
5) renamed dEWDROPMe to dEWDROP.
THEN the error message started. Still seems close to kosher to me. I'm
double clicking on the dEWDROP.vmx file to start the application...which
is a config file...after it tells me I don't have permission it takes me
to a config wizard that doesn't look like the config I originally
selected and the config selections are greyed out.
Reckon I should I just remove, delete and reload?
I thought I would see if anyone else had a similar problem before I did
In Chrome, for https://10.17.109.9:8080/vista/ewdMgr/index.ewd, I get
Unable to make a secure connection to the server. This may be a problem with the server, or it may be requiring a client authentication certificate that you don't have.
Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): SSL protocol error."
In Firefox, same url, got
The connection to 10.17.109.9:8080 was interrupted while the page was loading."
2) Another thing that perplexed me was that if I tried to get to gt.m from the command line, I got a lot of unhappy comments
Error opening file /home/vista/g/default.dat
: File exists
Error opening file /home/vista/g/tempgbl.dat
: File exists
%GTM-F-DBNOCRE, Not all specified database files, or their associated journal files were created
%GTM-W-JNLDISABLE, Specified journal option(s) cannot take effect as journaling is DISABLED on database file /home/vista/g/tempgbl.dat
%GTM-I-FILERENAME, File /home/vista/j/default.mjl is renamed to /home/vista/j/default.mjl_2012152145207
%GTM-I-JNLCREATE, Journal file /home/vista/j/default.mjl created for region DEFAULT with BEFORE_IMAGES
%GTM-I-JNLSTATE, Journaling state for region DEFAULT is now ON
%GTM-W-MUNOFINISH, MUPIP unable to finish all requested actions
Course, I wasn't sure I should use the prompt "gtm", so maybe there's a better way. After all that, I was in Mumps anyhow so I was happy. /gtm/gtm didn't work at all.
3) I wanted to try some ext-4 tags; I figured this was the newest version of ewd, and dEWDrop has Fileman already installed, so I could try some ext-4 on Fileman lookups, as Sam already discussed. So I downloaded ext-4 into /home/vista/www/ext-4/, created a new folder /home/vista/www/ewd/testing for a new application, added a file index.ewd straight out of page 2 of Rob's new ext-4 manual http://gradvs1.mgateway.com/download/EWD_EXTJS4_Reference.pdf
went into gtm and
%GTM-E-UNDEF, Undefined local variable: pageName
%GTM-I-RTSLOC, At M source location outputDOM+19^%zewdGTMRuntime"
Was I mistaken that dEWDrop had all the pieces I needed, or did I forget a step?