Manila Error

Don Wolff
Tue, 17 Feb 2004 15:23:26 -0800

If I remember correctly on 2/17/04 2:58 PM Lawrence Lee wrote:

> Open the Frontier application.
> Choose Main->Jump. Enter config.mainresponder.default.siteTree.
> In the window open, select the directory object and delete it. Then try
> visiting your sites.

Thanks Lawrence. So I was able to do that, now for basic sites I get a page
cannot be found error. And when I try to go to the admin site I get the same
error of A siteTree's XML file must not be empty.

Any other ideas?



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