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Problem getting VPath with Index Server

Problem getting VPath with Index Server

Problem getting VPath with Index Server

Sorry if this is not the right forum to ask this, but I could not find anything related to ASP/Index Server.
The problem is, when I use Index Server to search a Virtual Directory, VPath returns empty. It searches the documents in the Virtual Directory and returns the matches, but VPath is always blank.
Any solutions?

RE: Problem getting VPath with Index Server

Hi Dewang,

    Have you found why it was empty..I have a same situation, so please help how you resolved it..

-- Gopal

RE: Problem getting VPath with Index Server

Anyone now why vPath would be empty?  I'm having the same issue.

RE: Problem getting VPath with Index Server

If you didn't associate the catalog with a WWW Server instance (from wihtin the catalog configuration screen), the vpath property always comes back blank.

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