the link talks only about windows 2000/98/95, not much about windows 2003, which is much different from 2000. there is no default cgi directory in 2003 and cgi access is disabled.
to my understanding, in the home directory tab, local path means where your foxweb scripts are; while starting point is where the script mapping starts. in my case, i tell the web server how to interpret .fwx files.
i think i can enable cgi access by allowing foxweb web service extension. but still i can't run a single foxweb scripts.
could anybody tell me more about this IIS 6.0 or windows 2003?
thanks a lot!!!
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 10/06/2004 04:54:44 PM:
You still need to configure IIS for FoxWeb access. You can find detailed instructions in the Configuring Your Web Server page of the FoxWeb documentation.
I'm not sure what the distinction is between 'home directory --> local path' and 'home directory --> starting point'. Here are a few things that I see wrong with your configuration:
Sent by ying on 10/06/2004 03:17:57 PM:
i just baught a new dell powerEdge700 server with windows 2003 server as OS, running IIS6.0 version. after IIS server running okay, i tried to set up foxweb 2.6 on it. since i don't know much about IIS, i tried the following:
while the default web site on this server at http://evalexam.umich.edu/tq_psych.htm is doing fine, i can't get foxweb program running. i don't know what i missed or did anything wrong. pls help!!!