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From Andrew Hart <ah...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Balance profile module question
Date Fri, 12 Feb 2016 19:00:35 GMT
Hi David,

There are any number of possible reasons for this. Most of them, 
unfortunately are environment specific and difficult to diagnose 
remotely. I just created a new Balance site from scratch on a clean 
machine, and was able to get to the point where the profile module 
loaded correctly using just the copy-and-paste method from the 
instructions, so I think there's something going on with your local 
environment (mod-rewrite? permissions? difficult to say without more 
information). I've compiled each step I took into a gist, linked below. 
If you still have difficulties, please write again, and I'll be glad to 
help you investigate further.



On 2/10/16 10:39 PM, Liu, David (3902-Affiliate) wrote:
> Good Evening Andrew Hart,
> I was referred by Chris Mattman from JPL to consult you regarding an 
> issue I’m having with the Balance profile module. I was wondering if 
> you can help me?
> I am currently working for JPL Data Sicence and Technology division. 
> We are trying to deploy the ECAS system which uses various OODT’s 
> modules including Balance profile 
> module(https://github.com/apache/oodt/tree/master/balance/modules/profile). 
> The instructions to install the Balance profile module states that I 
> should copy paste the profile folder into my balance web application’s 
> module folder (which is currently in /usr/local/ecas/ui/modules). 
> However, after restarting apache, I’m still getting 404 when I visit 
> my locally hosted web application url: 
> http://localhost/ecas/profile/login (screenshot below). The url to my 
> balance web application http://localhost/ecas works fine however.
> This issue seems to indicate that I haven’t successfully installed 
> profile. Is there another step to installing profile other than 
> copying pasting the profile folder into my web app’s module folder?
> I’m also wondering if it’s my apache conf file which I customized for 
> the ECAS web application as well.
> Thanks so much for your guidance!
> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> David L.
> Data Scientist
> Data Science and Technology
> NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Pasadena, CA 91109 USA

Andrew Hart
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