[Seaside] Seaside and Microsoft's IIS

Diogenes Alberto Moreira diogenes.moreira at gmail.com
Fri Jul 17 14:35:35 UTC 2009

Well, you are in a big problem..

IIS have a limited capabilities for proxy or rewrite url... exist  
commercial ISAPI to solve this problem...
The best solution in the Microsoft world is a ISA server...that isn't  
like apache but works.

Othe solution is install an apache or lighttp front of the iis, and  
use both http servers


El 17/07/2009, a las 11:20, Louis LaBrunda escribió:

> Hi All,
> I am at a point where I need to set up a test web site for my  
> Seaside based
> web application.  For my local testing I am using Apache and its  
> Virtual
> hosts capability.  Apache handles the file serving and passes URLs  
> that
> start with "/seaside" on to my Seaside NT service after changing the  
> port.
> There's more to the Apache setup than this but basically this  
> rewrite rule
> does the work.
> [code]RewriteRule ^/(seaside.*)$ http://localhost:8788/$1 [P,L][/code]
> My customer wants to run behind Microsoft's IIS.  Does anyone know  
> how to
> set up the same kind of thing in IIS?
> Thanks, Lou
> -----------------------------------------------------------
> Louis LaBrunda
> Keystone Software Corp.
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