|November 5, 2013, 10:38||
Viewing a state file using ParaView/Web
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I have installed paraview 4.0.1 and the JettySessionManager-Server-1.0 on Ubuntu. I want to visualise a paraview state file (.pvsm) within a webpage, similar to the LiveArticles app that comes with paraview. Simply pointing to the .pvsm file in the index.html of the LivveArticles app does no work and probably it is not possible at all that way.
Many thanks for any help.
|November 9, 2013, 12:42||
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Greetings Kyr and welcome to the forum!
I've never used ParaViewWeb myself, so I have no idea. Nonetheless, using Google to search with there keywords:
paraviewweb state files
|April 8, 2015, 10:58||
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where you able to run the state file in a static page?
I'm trying to load a visualizer in a web page - I am using WAMP on Windows and I am having problems understanding the procedure to make it work.
In addition, while the instructions are ok for Paraview-4.1.0, I am having problems with Paraview-4.3.1 as the folder strcture seems to be different and there should be some changes in the server scripts.
Anyone has some experience and can guide me with a simple tutorial? Thanks in advance!
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