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    Default Local Server or Remote Server

    Will Sencha Architect work on a remote server, if there is no local server installed?

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    You can certainly publish to a remote server via a mapped drive/mounted end point.
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    OK - but can I have JSON data loaded from a php file that is at a remote server?

    I am running windows 7 without IIS.

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    Yes. Typically the way this would be setup.

    Go to your Project Settings and set your url prefix to where the project lives on the remote server.
    Eg:
    http://www.myserver.com/somelocation/

    Can you map a drive to your server? There are 2 workflows that work pretty well for our users.

    The first is to have your Architect project actually reside on the remote server through the mapped drive. For example, Z:\somelocation\ you then wouldn't have to worry about deploying at all.

    The other workflow is to just deploy to that location each time you want.
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    I can't find a way to give an FTP site a drive letter in Windows 7, which seems to be required by Sencha Architect 2.

    Is there a utility that will act as a work around?

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    Never worked with one in particular but googling "windows mount ftp drive" came up with quite a few results.

    http://www.addictivetips.com/windows...-in-windows-7/
    http://www.ferrobackup.com/ftpuse/
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