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HTTP 400 Bad request

Posted on 2008-09-29
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Hi Experts,

When I try to preview my HTML file from DW into EI7, I get the below error

HTTP 400 BAD REQUEST

It used to worked but one day it suddenly stopped working.

How do I fix this problem, any clue?

thanks,
mcse2007
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by:Rouchie
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Can you tell us any server-side language that is configured, and also the address you are using in your browser to access the page?

If its not obvious from that, you might have to post the code...
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by:mcse2007
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I didn't change the default language when I setup IIS in windows 2003 server. I'm viewing an intranet page that im updating through  DW hence the address is the hostname that I have configured through DNS server which matched with the hostname that I have setup in IIS.
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Are you able to post this address?  I need to look at it to check that it is a valid URI.
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i've changed the URL prefix to the test server from site menu>manage sites>advance [tab]> testing server and that did the trick.
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