Lotus Notes Web not displaying from server, but works in local.

I have a lotus web that opens in local by... right click on Frameset created specifically for web. Then I copied the whole application to server and tried to open it by opening the link in IE. I'm sure the URL I typed is correct. Is there any setting I missed.
aenticeAsked:
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CRAKCommented:
Are you sure that the server holds the same design as the local db? (replicate / refresh design)
Does the frameset contain references to local files?
Any errors?
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aenticeAuthor Commented:
I get a 404 page not found when using the browser. Yes, I'm sure it has the same code because I copied initially, then did a replace afterwards.
Just noticed, that the earlier display I did wherein I right clicked on the frameset was a NTF file, not a NSF.
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CRAKCommented:
Not sure if an NTF causes such issues. If that means it requires additional configuration, you may be on to something.
Does log.nsf show which page cannot be found?
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aenticeAuthor Commented:
Sorry, don't have access to the physical server. I can move files, but not the log. If there's another way to do it, I'd be glad to try it.
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aenticeAuthor Commented:
CRAK!! Thanks for giving your time for my questions, but what happened was when I copied the NTF file from my local, I did not change it to NSF. I stayed as a template file in the server. I think I'll go home now. hahaha
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CRAKCommented:
No need to access the "physical server". It's just a database that can be accessed through the notes client (perhaps browser to). You probably know that and we may misunderstand each other there, but I feel that it has to be said.
Please check with your admin if you can't reach your databases (inc. log) on that server though a notes client. You may need a connection doc, access to that server, ACL changes etc.
In time you will need access through notes clients to update/test designs in a development and/or test environment without overwriting existing data. Certain things can not be tested from a local machine and the log on a server may provide you with important feedback, that you don't have on local!
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