WAB returns a 404 jimu.js/css/fonts/feature_actions.woff not found

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11-02-2016 03:07 PM
DavidColey
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Hi All -  I keep getting a 404 on the feature_actions.woff file in my dev and production WABs.  The file is in place in both dev and deployed environments.   Does anyone know where in the jimu or elswhere I can look to modify a path or such?

Thanks,

David

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RobertScheitlin__GISP
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David,


  You have to add the .woff mime type to your web server. Just do a quick Google for that. At the same time you should add .svg as well.

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RobertScheitlin__GISP
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David,


  You have to add the .woff mime type to your web server. Just do a quick Google for that. At the same time you should add .svg as well.

DavidColey
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Oh cool, yes that would be it.  I'll post back the mime type for woff - .svg is an image/svg+xml

DavidColey
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mime type for .woff (Web Open Font Format) is: application/font-woff

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DavidColey
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Sorry Robert I fat-fingered the Mark Correct action . . . 

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DavidColey
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Thanks Rebecca, how were you able to change the Mark Correct?  

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RobertScheitlin__GISP
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David,

   As the OP you should have the ability to click the correct answer link on any reply you choose but you can only do this when you have opened the thread. You can not see the correct answer links from inside your inbox.

RebeccaStrauch__GISP
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And to add to Robert's note, I was able to just click "Correct answer" on the other response.   I am a moderator for this group so was able to do that, that is, not everyone can change it, just the original poster and moderators. 

Sorry, I just went a head and did it based on your comment, and should have mentioned it to you (but, as the OP, you did get notified automatically).

DavidColey
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That's totally correct, thanks for the assist!

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