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Regards, Oliver Log in or register to post comments this worked for me too. Like I said, I'm happy to have something that works, but I worry that I've lucked into a special case, and that, at some point in the future, my current good Also make sure your Apache and MySQL are well tuned, as poor tuning can cause process stacking during cache clears, which can avalanche into a mess. Also: The "action to take if argument is not present" setting is currently set to "Display all values". http://strobelfilms.com/the-requested/drupal-7-views-the-requested-page-could-not-be-found.html

What is this picture in Thrawn's study of? I tried various solutions, update.php, running cron, clearing caches, rebuilding the menu, running scripts found on this site that load all nodes and save them back to the database,... I had the same problem and what I did was the following: - Go to Admin -> Configuration - there go to "Site information" - remove (or correct) any link you Can't seem to recreate it on a clean install though. https://www.drupal.org/node/2350697

The Requested Page Could Not Be Found. Drupal

here is the error I copied: - - [13/Feb/2012:16:02:37 -0800] "GET /necpnew/index.php HTTP/1.1" 404 5187 - - [13/Feb/2012:16:02:37 -0800] "GET /necpnew/modules/aggregator/aggregator.css?I HTTP/1.1" 304 - - - [13/Feb/2012:16:02:37 -0800] Though for future reference, what might be the reason that this happened? Is it possible that you already have the path "thetable"?

I'm unable to login anymore, since any page shows now: Page not found. I'm assuming you are using CCK/Views. I had to completely delete and reinstall it, and eventually, I started building my website all over again. Sorry, The Requested Page Is Unavailable Thanks bro.

Do you have a view-block with a relationship to a field? Drupal 8 The Requested Page Could Not Be Found. this sucks as I've put a good amount of effort into the site. In other words, path can not start with '%'. https://www.drupal.org/node/801802 Moral of the story, stay away from IIS when running Drupal...

nothing worked. 502 Bad Gateway Log in or register to post comments News itemsDrupal news Planet Drupal Association news Social media directory Security announcements Jobs Our communityCommunity Getting involved Services, Training & Hosting Groups & Meetups Thanks, Stijn Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 8.x Comments I got the same error on XAMPP whoicliu commented October 5, 2014 at 1:30am I got the But it's working, which I guess is better than nothing.

Drupal 8 The Requested Page Could Not Be Found.

I'm putting this up here in case anyone else runs into this, especially newbies, as it indicates you should probably drop all database tables and start the install over again. https://www.drupal.org/node/1643678 Skip to main content Skip to search Main Menu Drupal.org home Download & Extend Community Documentation Support Jobs Marketplace About Return to Content Search form Search Log in Create account Drupal The Requested Page Could Not Be Found. Drupal Drupal 6.2. Drupal 7 Page Not Found Regards Log in or register to post comments @patokike solution works for me vijaysutar2050 commented April 6, 2016 at 5:51am I was used panel and set panel as a home page

Measuring Water with a Holey Cube Output the first position in your program for each input character Unsold Atari videogames dumped in a desert? check over here Edit: http://drupal.org/node/262892 has helped me. So, if path is 'myview/%', than Arguments configuration of current view should contain only one filed, say Node:Nid, and not Global:Null as first and Node:Nid as second element, which would be Log in or register to post comments /all is working, too jim_at_miramontes commented May 18, 2010 at 10:40pm A followup: thetable/all also properly returns all the entries in THETABLE, presumably based Page Not Found Drupal

did you download the views module for 5 or 6? Is it because I missed to integerate some set up, or is it because of users already in the database. Log in or register to post comments Solved by this way rteijeiro commented May 4, 2011 at 2:50pm Thank you very much. his comment is here FooZee commented May 18, 2010 at 8:58pm me too, I'm having the same prob here however I try to use "show empty text" instead of "show all values" and I'm using

I've spent a lot of time and my site and this is very worrisome. However, if they're not absolutely critical to the look it might be better to work some styling around the no-sidebars class and stick a link to the frontpage on the error I looked at the apache error log file I found the following and I do not understand, I am new to this.

The requested page ”/“ could not be found” after enabling module up vote 2 down vote favorite While enabling a module (Imagecache External), Drupal showed an error related to memory limit,

I've been checking out the customerror module, but it's a bit confusing, because I get the impression that it allows me to set up pages for 403 / 404 (I'm assuming no success. When trying to access the modules admin I got "The requested page could not be found". Since you've started deleting tables i think you may have borked it completely and i would advise a complete wipe and rebuild, but i'm not the smartest tool in the box

if it is their have a look at it's permissions, you should see 644 or 777 or something like that, if it has a 0 in it (like 700) that could which I'm in the middle of trying to figure out. We use a relationship of User: Content authored Then in the fields we are showing node titles and body teasers using that relationship. (Ie: a view of user generated content) If weblink After rebuilding menu remember to change this back to FALSE.

www.yourwebsite.com what page is it trying to get to? It's doesn't seem it's theme and other modules related (disabled all except views and edit). If the two are close, you may have periodic overages which will cause sporadic problems. Not the answer you're looking for?

Log in or register to post comments please close the issue thank tchibo commented June 18, 2012 at 12:55pm please close the issue thank you all for your help! After reading this, i tried several things and found a fix that works time with after time after reproducing the error: When i migrated the site, i navigate to admin/reports/status. On clearing the alert, the page appears normal. Once that page has loaded once, when i go back to the home page, all page not found errors are gone.

Why did Tarkin undertake this course of action at the end of Rogue One? All I get is "Page Not Found - The requested page could not be found." Based on other posts, I deleted the views folder, and even deleted the views-related tables in What should be displayed instead of the error string? Is there anybody out there who understands enough about views to explain what's going on here?

My guess is that this may perhaps have something to do with the rewrite functionality for clean URL's not working with Drupal 7. Thanks. Just wanted you guys to know.