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Unable to start web retriever on Domino server

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Greetings,

I am on Domino R7.0.1. I am trying to start the web retriever but I get the following error in my log. Which database is this refering to and what must I do to resolve this? I've looked at names.nsf. This is rather urgent as I need to run some agents on a server that needs to use URLs. Thank you.

Log Error:
10/08/2007 07:19:48 PM  WEB(1): InterNotes(R) WEB Retriever starting for 'Server/Domain'...
10/08/2007 07:19:48 PM  WEB(1): Unable to find design note for view '($Admin)': Entry not found in index
10/08/2007 07:19:48 PM  WEB(1): Unable to create the InterNotes Navigator administration options for server 'CN=Server/O=Domian': Unable to find view design note
10/08/2007 07:19:48 PM  WEB(1): Unable to initialize Internet administration options for 'Server/Domain', using defaults...
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1) Replace the design on your Names.nsf on the server with the pubnames.ntf template.

2) Check that you have the webadmin and any  other  related databases on the server.

Double check the Admin client help for proper setup.


I hope this helps !


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It is probably having problems with web.nsf, the server equivalent of perweb.nsf

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Do you happen to know the title and file name of the template? I looked for this to create one and even after selecting to show advanced templates, all I could find was perweb50.ntf, which when I look at this in creating a new database says that it is the personal web navigator, on my server. Thank you.
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Oh, and you'll have to switch your template server in the dialog box to the server.  The tenplate does not get installed on your client.

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I was on the server to check and was not able to find this template. None of my servers have this template, even when checking using a command prompt. Where I can get this template?
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webadmin.ntf
maybe
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also

domcfg

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pubweb50.ntf, definitely, I just checked, and it has that name in r5, r6, and r7. Documented in the administrator help.

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Look for the help topic Displaying who retrieved a page in the Web Navigator database  

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qwaletee - it looks like i do not have that template. I'll need to look for it on another domino server or create one from an existing database from another server. Thank you.

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Actually, I think if you just place he template on the server, the web retriever process will automatically use it to create web.nsf.

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