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holako222

22 Oct, 2016 10:16 AM

salut monsieur
je reçois ce problème au niveau d'un dossier html mais mon ficher index.xml existe déjà
mon application ne veut pas être Télécharger

Hi holako222,

Unfortunately, your Andromo build [best chocolate cake recipe 1.0] has failed for some reason.

Our team of Android scientists and tinkerers has already been deployed to look into the problem.

In the meantime, please try double checking your settings. Make sure your images are correct and any web links you have used are active and working. Then try building your project again.

The following information may help you identify the problem yourself...

Andromo was unable to find the HTML Index Page 'index.html' for the HTML Archive Activity '"Red Velvet Cupcakes"' within the HTML archive file.

Learn How to Create an HTML Archive.

Many common problems can be solved yourself with a little help from our Knowledge Base and Forums. Please check them out.

If you still have trouble, please open a support ticket and we'll help you out!

Sincerely,

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Darryl Hnatiuk on 24 Oct, 2016 01:00 PM

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    Hi,

    It appears you've deleted your HTML Archive from your project, so I was unable to see the structure of your generated .zip. You also have file extensions turned off which makes it difficult to tell whether your index file has the same extension. However your problem is likely due to an incorrect folder structure.

    Take a look at the following article that describes the correct structure that your .zip file should have:

    http://support.andromo.com/kb/common-questions/how-to-create-an-htm...

    Darryl

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