I was working on my web server when saving the page ("transmit.php") Dreamweaver sends me the message "Incorrect parameter". I was forced to create a new page called "transmit2.php" by deleting the previous one.
The problem is that the file always seems to be present on the server.
1) connecting to the site via the web, it regularly opens the page (and instead it should give me the message "page not found")
2) remotely connecting to the server folder (with obviously all permissions to view hidden and system files active) the file "transmit.php" is not present but if I try to create one with the same name, Windows Server tells me that the file already exists (????).
I tried deleting it from DOS and it rightly says it can't find the file.
I also tried to clear the Windows TEMP folder but nothing changed
How is this possible? Can someone help me?
I think you're trying to say that you're still seeing a cached version of transmit.php in your browser even though the file no longer exists on the server. You need to clear your browser's recent data. In Chrome, hold down Ctrl + Shift + Delete key. Use F5 to refresh.
I think that I am getting a bit confused by the terminology that is being used,
There are 3 places where a site can be stored, namely
Could your problem be connected to the file having been deleted in one location and not the other?