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anshu_bhatia
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I am using JRun on windows 98.
My question is whenever I make a new page and try to test it I have to connect to the internet and then only it works.
Is it must that I have to connect to internet?
I don't think so.
Is it that Jrun Admin Server synchronizes the files or something else?
Your help will be appreciated.
 
Ajith Kallambella
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Your name 'anshu_bhatia' does not comply with the JavaRanch naming policy. Please choose one that meets the requirements.
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Maky Chopra
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nothing to do with JRUN.. I beleive it will have something to do with the "zones" of Windows.. So it connects (or you have to connect) to the internet to view pages on your local JRUN. Check the lower right corner of IE and tell us what zone you are in.. You should be intranet zone and that zone should not require you to connect.
 
anshu_bhatia
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I have to get connected to internet to view the new pages and I am using windows 98 and moreover I don't see any zones of windows at the lower right corner.
Thanks for your help.
 
Vishakha Ahuja
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Even I'm using JRun on windows 98 and when I use localhost:8100 as the web address it doesn't recognize when I'm offline and shows the result when I'm online. However it recognizes localhost:8000 offline too. I don't understand....
 
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