Mon, 17 Mar 2003 21:13:29 +0100
using Zope behind IIS is not a problem at all. You have several options:
- use URL rewriting in IIS
- use the 404 script
- use an apache server in front of iis and zope
Just search on www.zope.org for IIS + Zope or "Zope behind IIS"
From: TANNERT,CARSTEN (HP-Germany,ex1) [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Montag, 17. März 2003 18:11
Subject: [Zope] IIS-VirtualHostMonster
I really have a big problem with the IIS Integration of Zope, and I am
really going nuts with this.
I use the IIS and Zope and want Zope to work behind IIS. (Win NT System)
I created a Virtual Host Monster and tried every possibilty in IIS to
rewrite incoming URLs but I really don't know
what I am doing wrong.
Can anybody help me, who had the same problem and solved it?
Thanks in advance...