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GLTF from local host to server

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  • #37408
    Avatarrzr87
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    Hi there.

    This might be answered before but I have an app similar to the Ring demo.

    it only launches the GLTF file using logic and its perfect for what I need.

    So my question it how so I get this link to work on my server in URL format instead of Localhost format?

    http://localhost:8668/player/player.html?load=../applications/ring/ring.gltf&logic=../applications/ring/visual_logic.js

    So I can iframe it or have it open on a new tab

    #37411

    you must first upload the verge3d_package/player folder to your server, to the directory where your web server stores static files. Then you’ll be able to access it using URL

    https://yourdomain/player/player.html

    plus the relative path to your glTF file as URL parameter.

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    #37452
    Avatarrzr87
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    Thanks.

    This works. I am getting “You don’t have permission to access this resource” Forbidden error but that must be on the server side.

    Another problem that popped up is that my assign Texture puzzle isnt working.
    If i open the app with the normal HTML file the replace texture puzzle works but when I open it with link in the above post it doesnt work. the material puzzle works fine in both cases but the textures do not seem to register.

    I built the app in version 3.3.1 and updated to 3.5 but this didnt resolve it.
    any idea on how to fix it?

    #37453

    This is a limitation of this way to deploy Verge3D apps. The puzzle replace texture (also load/append scene, sounds, videos) assumes that the specified path is relative to the html file. As a result, when using the player app rather than application html, the path appears to be wrong.
    You can try to change all your relative paths to absolute paths just before uploading to your web server.

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    #37458
    Avatarrzr87
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    Thanks Yuri, this makes perfect sense. Thanks for all your help

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