"Server Busy" What does it mean? Will it ever be fixed? - Net Objects Fusion

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"Server Busy" What does it mean? Will it ever be fixed?

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    Another rant and may Karl Strieby and his cronies shove their "read the
    manual" advice....

    Damn, Damn, Damn!!!
    I was busy. An hour since I last saved! Should have clicked on save
    before I selected "publish". I always publish locally and use an FTP
    program to upload the files. I should have known better since NOF 5.01 is
    such a bug filled program. I don't use it anymore but had to complete
    this one site I had started on NOF.
    "server busy - activate the program from the task bar, fix it and retry"
    (words to the effect).
    What does that mean - I have no other programs running and the only thing
    I can do is alt-control-delete and there is another hour lost, thanks to
    the incompetent programmers at Net Objects.
    Sure, blame me! You're right! Of course I should have saved - I know it!
    But if this program had been written by other than bumbling fools my
    mistake would have been overlooked.
    My question:
    WHAT DOES "SERVER IS BUSY" MEAN WHEN PUBLISHING LOCALLY WITH NO OTHER
    PROGRAMS RUNNING?
    DO THE PROGRAMMERS AT NET OBJECTS HAVE A CLUE AND WILL THEY EVER FIX
    THIS?

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    Here Here! I also took off the 'autosave' because waiting 30 seconds
    between page views quickly added up to a lot of wasted time. I usually save
    often, but when you get on a roll with something you tend to forget. Since
    the upgrade to 5.01, this seems to be the only consistent error I get, and
    it has costed me lots of time. Please tell me what 'server' is busy?!?!
    when there are no other programs running!

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    Regards,

    Mike Gernhardt
    http://www.angelfire.com/nj3/lucid/
    mog@eden.rutgers.edu




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    We got that a few times but not since we upgraded this particular machine to
    Win2k, No, Im not suggesting everyone go out and upgrade their OS. I
    believe it means that Internet Explorer has hung up for some reason and
    won't start. I't's another one of theose cryptic messages that the
    designers of fusion put in just to give us paying loyal customers a hard
    time.

    Harrison

    "Mike Gernhardt" <mog@eden.rutgers.edu> wrote in message
    news:8kg3vs$gru9@news.netobjects.com...
    > Here Here! I also took off the 'autosave' because waiting 30 seconds
    > between page views quickly added up to a lot of wasted time. I usually

    save
    > often, but when you get on a roll with something you tend to forget.

    Since
    > the upgrade to 5.01, this seems to be the only consistent error I get, and
    > it has costed me lots of time. Please tell me what 'server' is busy?!?!
    > when there are no other programs running!
    >
    > --
    >
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Mike Gernhardt
    > http://www.angelfire.com/nj3/lucid/
    > mog@eden.rutgers.edu
    >
    >
    >




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    In article <8kghhm$l1e9@news.netobjects.com>, wvla@msn.com says...
    > We got that a few times but not since we upgraded this particular machine to
    > Win2k, No, Im not suggesting everyone go out and upgrade their OS. I
    > believe it means that Internet Explorer has hung up for some reason and
    > won't start. I't's another one of theose cryptic messages that the
    > designers of fusion put in just to give us paying loyal customers a hard
    > time.


    Several people have attested to the fact that NOF 5.01 runs reasonably
    well under Win2k. I have not heard from any official source or from
    anyone from LosingTeamNetObjects that this is the case, i.e. NOF501 is
    not suitable for Win98/95 and they will be granting everyone a free copy
    of Win2k or a free copy of Dreamweaver 3. I am getting heartily sick and
    tired, however, of some people (not you) making the absurd suggestion
    that we should all upgrade (downgrade) to Win2k. Like that's something
    anyone could do on a whim!!!!

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