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I'm trying to get the first pages working in Zend Framework. The framework does work, I have the helloworld page working. I'm using Zend Framework for Eclipse, and XAMPP on a Windows Vista machine. Now I've tried to create new pages using an online tutorial.

http://akrabat.com/zend-framework-tutorial/

I've created the pages as the manual says. The only difference I see is the "default" application. I don't know if I should use that or not. I have used it, but couldn't get the pages working. I have edited the .htaccess file, and renamed it to _htaccess, and added "AccessFileName _htaccess" to httpd.conf to be sure. Maybe the url-rewriting is the problem, I don't know.

I constantly get 404 errors when accessing pages like localhost/index/edit (as the tutorial says should be possible).
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Make sure that index.php catches page requests.

If not, it's a problem with .htaccess.
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I got it working. It turned out to be the httpd.conf, where the mod_rewrite wasn't enabled (although I thought I had done that), as well as the .htaccess allow rule.
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I thought it was a problem with mod_rewrite since apache doesn't throw 500 error when module not loaded but developer tries to use it.
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