Why do i Get " File does not exist: H:/htdocs/CFIDE" in apache log with dreamweaver and php

Posted on 2008-06-17
Last Modified: 2013-12-13
I am getting " File does not exist: H:/htdocs/CFIDE" in apache log when testing php file in ie7 throuh dreamweaver. IE then asks whether I want to run save or open the file . If i select run it opens again in dreamweaver code view. If I open file striaght in ie7 as http://localhost/test/index.php nothing happens--Just a blank page . Directory Index index.html index.php iset in httpd.conf.
Any suggestion and help please. Thanks To all
Chhesr leighjor
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By the way if i open just http://localhost in ie7 I get a list of the 2 folders within htdocs
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by:Loganathan Natarajan
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please check in php.ini file the variable value "DOCUMENT_ROOT " .. what is it refer.

H:htdocs or c:\ or somewhere
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ofcourse you can change the "DOCUMENT_ROOT " as "h:/htdocs" .. then ensure you have folder is there .,

then it will work?
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Loganathan Natarajan earned 500 total points
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are you using XAMP?

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1.  document_root is set to "h:/htdocs".
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