Simple Browser Problem

When I try to view my database in a Browser - After I log in, I get no views found.  I know I have to be missing a click or switch somewhere.

What are somethings I nees to be looking at
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Do you have a $$viewtemplatedefault,

Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
Are your views enabled for web use?

JaziarAuthor Commented:
I have $$viewtemplatedefault, checking the enabled for web use
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JaziarAuthor Commented:
It does seem like the views are hidden from the web, but they are not.  When I log in to the database all I see is


No views found

Remove the $$viewtemplatedefault for now and check whether u are able to see the views

Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
If you try a different database (if necessary, create an empty one), in the ACL you set Anonymous to No Access, and you open it from a browser, do you see a view then?
JaziarAuthor Commented:
I removed the $$viewtemplatedefault  still no views - I have tried other databases, they work as they should.
JaziarAuthor Commented:
OK I set Anonymous to reader access from no acces and I see the views
Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
In the View's Properties box, last tab (with the key): who may use this view?
JaziarAuthor Commented:
All readers and above is clicked - and I am a manager in the ACL
Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
> OK I set Anonymous to reader access from no acces and I see the views

Which means that, when you are logged in, you are neither Anonymous nor yourself. Did you login with your full credentials, like
     John Doe/Dept/ACME
or just with your name, like
     John Doe

Try adding your name without the dept and org names, with the same permissions, just to try if it works. Does your server have a domlog.nsf database, so you can see all requests coming in? You should see the name that's used, and the actual request that gets an error, 407 probably.

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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
Thanks, but what did it?
JaziarAuthor Commented:
The login was not getting the full credentials
Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
I do remember having had the same problem, but with some older R5-release...

Thanks for the info!
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