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Issues publishing to secure server using GitHub

Explorer ,
May 09, 2023 May 09, 2023

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I am running Rh 2022.2.22.  I user GitHub to publish my output to our company secure server. When I created an output on 5/5/2023, there were a lot of new ".js" and ".js.gz" files on each topic. These new files are creating conflicts and GitHub is not allowing me to deploy my files to the secure server.

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What are the web service requirements to host a Robohelp output?

 

 

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Explorer , May 09, 2023 May 09, 2023

Thanks for your information. We decided to start with a clean repository in GitHub and were able to publish to our secure server.

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May 09, 2023 May 09, 2023

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I don't think I've heard of using GitHub to host output - just a place to store the RH project files for source/version control. Was this working for you before? If so, what changed? (AFAIK the .gz files are to help speed things up when a user's browser encounters the topic)

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May 09, 2023 May 09, 2023

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@Jeff_Coatsworth - My publication process to our secure server was working prior to the last update.

You are correct when stating GitHub stores the files for us but we use it to send the output files to our secure server. I am not a programmer and use GitHub just enough to have a basic understanding. I am sorry if I am not using correct terminology. My knowledge of GitHub is limited.

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Ah, got it - you're just using GitHub as a repo for another process to pick up the files for inclusion someplace else. So is the issue with GitHub accepting these .gz files (I wouldn't think it would care) or is the other process trying to pick them up for inclusion that's having the issue? If it's the latter case, then I'd say there's 2 approaches you could take - one is to have the "inclusion" process relax & just take them in OR look at deleting them in GitHub before the "inclusion" process runs. I don't believe (but do a forum search anyways) that there's a way to "turn off" the creation of those .gz files in RH.

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Thanks for your information. We decided to start with a clean repository in GitHub and were able to publish to our secure server.

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With the .gz files included?

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