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Check if you have a file named index.blade.php inside your ./app/views/schools directory.

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index.blade.php file is present. still i am not able to resolve this issue. what am i doing wrong?

Last updated 4 months ago.
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The error says that the view is not there. Double and triple check that it is there.

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Last updated 4 months ago.
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@jasonlewis:Thanks for your suggestion. Still trying to resolve the error.... May i know what you mean by view is there ?

Last updated 4 months ago.
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He was just saying the view file exists in your folder. The view should located in the folder views/schools

Last updated 4 months ago.
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That file is there, but i still face this problem. looks like I ned to do my project all over again and sort out the problem. this actually works on my local setup, but not on production server.

Last updated 4 months ago.
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I'm not sure your situation but if your local OS is different from your production server OS you might be running into a case-sensitive issue and the file is not being found. make sure your files names are EXACTLY the same, case and all. This can happen especially if one environment is Mac and the other is Linux.

Last updated 4 months ago.
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Hmmm Hawkeye, I am using mac and production is linux. Let me check again. thanks for your great info.

Last updated 4 months ago.
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@RahullHBiliye you solved the problem? i have the same problem here, but i have others views which are working fine, but the last one that i added to the server, isn't found, and everything seems fine =// weirdo

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If the file exists, have you checked the permissions?

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The solution is that transfer your blade files into default path xampp/htdocs/project_name/resources/views(if you use xampp) or you can change the path in view.php where you save the files.

Last updated 7 years ago.
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I think I found the solution, If the view folder name in localhost was '/View/Schools' . Try changing it to 'View/schools'. Seems like some servers are case sensitive. It worked for me.

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