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Ba00a402965da738f601b6367cf3224f?d=identicon&s=25 Bolo (Guest)
on 2006-04-25 14:49
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Hello all ?

is it possible to configure 2 or more aplications on IIS, each one in a
different virtual directory ?

thanks all
81b5e41ae80dc7f1aa57d2bf40e7e7d0?d=identicon&s=25 Shawn Anderson (Guest)
on 2006-06-06 00:19
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I have the same question.  I need to run as a
app and as a php app or such.  What's the best way to do
on IIS and windows 2003?

83ca41657a99b65d99889abe712ba5e2?d=identicon&s=25 Jason Roelofs (Guest)
on 2006-06-06 00:41
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Well Shawn, running RoR on IIS is not an easy thing to do at all. If
someone else here has better knowledge, I do not know of anyone who has
tried and succeeded in getting RoR to run properly with IIS. Stick with
Apache, if you can, it's a hell of a lot easier and nicer.

Again, if someone else has had success with this, please respond.

81b5e41ae80dc7f1aa57d2bf40e7e7d0?d=identicon&s=25 Shawn Anderson (Guest)
on 2006-06-06 01:03
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Thanks for your insight Jason,

Under normal conditions, I'd agree with you.  In fact, all sites I have
worked on have been on Apache.  The problem arose because the situation
not allow apache.  A rails site has to be wedged into an IIS
on a pre-existing server without interrupting its other sites.  Also, to
some additional information port 80 is all that can be allowed, so
running webrick on a different port will not work either.

Any help would be appreciated.
3036c74b9c278dc525af5692080a6d80?d=identicon&s=25 Jeff Ward (Guest)
on 2006-06-06 01:37
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Here is an article on the subject:
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