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  1. Vangelis
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    28 Apr 2007
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    I've created a new blog with english title. Then I add a post with greek title. I checked the blog on the default site and it was displayed ok. But when I tried to post a comment it displayed the following error?

    Server Error in '/telerik/TIUSite' Application.

    The resource cannot be found.

    Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.  Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.

    Requested URL: /telerik/TIUSite/vkblog.aspx/07-00-28/καλωσήρθατε.aspx


    Version Information: Microsoft .NET Framework Version:2.0.50727.42; ASP.NET Version:2.0.50727.210

  2. Vangelis
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    I think that this is module error since I get it in built in page of blogs same error. It worked once but now that I have many blogs I get same error.
  3. Vassil Daskalov
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    02 May 2007
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    Hi Vagelis Kretsimos,

    It seems there is some url problem with the blogs PostList control which we will observe closer. For now I can see that in this Url /telerik/TIUSite/vkblog.aspx/07-00-28/καλωσήρθατε.aspx the first .aspx is not necessary. Please try to restart your application and let us know if the problem still occurs.
    Thanks also for drawing our attention to this.

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  4. Vassil Daskalov
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    Hi Vagelis Kretsimos,

    You must also have in mind that you cannot use localizable fields in the url format. However, if you want to have posts in Greek or any other language, the easisest way would be to add one more field to use for the url format. Take a look at the user manual, page 125.

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  5. Vangelis
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    Hi  Vassil,

    I didn't use any localization. Only the blog title was in Greek as also the content. The translation of sitefinity creates this error at comments since it searches for a page in blog adding title + aspx which does not exists.

    Regards

    Vangelis
  6. Vassil Daskalov
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    Hi Vagelis Kretsimos,

    Sorry for not being clear enough about the URL problem you have.

    The URL points to an unexisting page due to the fact that the PostList control rewrites the URL to a preliminary determined format. This rewriting creates permalinks for every post so that you can have direct link to a single item. The URL format is set from the web.config file and by default it is urlRewriteFormat="[Publication_Date]/[Title].aspx". As you can see it is determined from publication date and the post title and ends in .aspx.
     
    So the problems in your URL  (/telerik/TIUSite/vkblog.aspx/07-00-28/καλωσήρθατε.aspx) seems to be two. The first one is on our side and that is the first .aspx which should not be added after the page name (vkblog). The second one is that your post title is in Greek. If you need to make the blog Title localizable, you can add a Name field for example. Set localizable="False" for the Name field and change this line:
    <add providerName="Blogs"
    publicationDateField="Publication_Date"
    urlRewriteFormat="[Publication_Date]/[Name].aspx"

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  7. Christo
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    Hi

    I am having a similiar problem. The generated URL for blog post "test" is generated as follows:

    http://www.piggspeak.co.sz/blog/09-01-28/test.aspx?ReturnURL=%2fblog.aspx

    As explained this will not work, however, if I make the recommended changes to the URL (below), I still get the same error.

    http://www.piggspeak.co.sz/blog/09-01-28/test.aspx

    What must I do to get the blogs working?

    Any help appreciated.
    Thanks

  8. Nikolai
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    28 Jan 2009
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    Hi Christo,

    Can you please send us the setting of your BlogPost Control.
    How exactly do you use the control(example: one control on a page/ two controls on a page/ two controls on two pages)?

    Also, what is the control behavior set to - Master or Auto?

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  9. Christo
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    Hi

    We use a single BlogPost control on 1 page.

    It's settings are as follows:
    * Displays only posts from one blog
    * Posts are set to display as "List & Page"
    * "How to display the full item information page" is set to "Auto-Generate"
  10. Christo
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    P.S. Behaviour is set to Auto
  11. Georgi
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    Hello Christo,

    The ReturnURL was appending to the URL in 3.2SP2Hotfix.  In Sitefinity 3.5, this is not a problem anymore. Is it possible to provide us with a live test url, where this happens, together with credentials for logging in? We will see what exactly the problem is and will get back to you.

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  12. Daniel
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    Hi

    Here is the live url for the test blog we have set up:
    http://www.piggspeak.co.sz/blog.aspx

    i have supplied the login credentials in a support ticket under daniel@bluesouth.com account.

    Thanks

  13. Georgi
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    Hi Daniel,

    We will continue the discussion in the support thread.

    All the best,
    Georgi
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