Dear Clérice Thibault,
thanks a lot. Now I understood everything. The interface http://localhost:5000/ works fine and I can see everything. I'll look at the other, the http://localhost:5000/api/cts and figure out what the CTSError I am seeing means and is. I would like to know how this project will go on.
On Sun, 21 May 2017 18:32:51 +0200, Thibault Clérice <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Dear Chiara and members of the list,
> Unfortunately not all the texts of Perseus have been converted to
>CapiTainS guidelines for the moment. To have only texts which pass the
>guidelines, you'll have to download the release.tar.gz that are available
>in each given repositories such as
>. There is two part of the server, one is the CTS API (and some other APIs
>like a DTS skeleton), the second is the UI which has no XSLT whatsoever but
>allows you to browse at least :) It should be possible to provide one but I
>would really need some support on making the app-building mores streamline
>before going there. If any of you has some spare time ;)
>As for the directories, they are loaded together but not as "browsable"
>collections . They are just merged. Any other system would make it quite
>more complex for the end user at the moment :)
>2017-05-21 17:26 GMT+02:00 Chiara Salvagni <[log in to unmask]>:
>> Dear Clérice Thibault,
>> I did as you suggested and, after a few testings, I managed to change the
>> file into an exec. I load a directory and I run the server. The results are
>> that certain files are said to be not present, in other cases there are
>> errors parsing and in others it does say: 'does not accept parsing at some
>> level (most probably citation)'. When I click on open server I obtain this
>> error: "CTS error thrown MissingParameter for (request missing one or more
>> required parameters)' and I open a xml page with no stylesheet information
>> available. I can see a page only if I open the link:
>> http://localhost:5000/. In this page I see a default collection with some
>> Greek and Latin texts. Should I manage to see the directory I loaded?
>> Thanks for your help.
>> Chiara Salvagni