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hi

 

can not find isapi-handler.dll  in apache

 

 

my setup is

LoadModule isapi_module modules/mod_isapi.so

#
# Test 2014.07.14
#
#Alias /WebSale168 "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168"
#<Directory "C:/webapps">
<Directory "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/">
   Options Indexes FollowSymLinks ExecCGI
   AllowOverride None
   Order allow,deny
    Allow from all
</Directory>
 
# Alias /mywebapps "C:/webapps"
#Alias /myweb "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/websale168.dll"      err
Alias /myweb "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/"


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# 
# Test 2014.07.14
# 

AddHandler isapi-handler  .dll
#ISAPIcasheFile "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/websale168.dll"   

#Alias /WebSale168 "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168"
#<Directory "C:/webapps"> 
<Directory "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/">
   Options Indexes FollowSymLinks ExecCGI 
   AllowOverride None
   Order allow,deny
   Allow from all 
   DirectoryIndex websale168.dll
</Directory>
  
# Alias /mywebapps "C:/webapps"
#Alias /myweb "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/websale168.dll"      err
Alias /myweb "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/"

It is ok

 

Thanks choo

 

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httpd.zip

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# 
# Test 2014.07.14
# 

AddHandler isapi-handler  .dll
#ISAPIcasheFile "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/websale168.dll"   

#Alias /WebSale168 "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168"
#<Directory "C:/webapps"> 
<Directory "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/">
   Options Indexes FollowSymLinks ExecCGI 
   AllowOverride None
   Order allow,deny
   Allow from all 
   DirectoryIndex websale168.dll
</Directory>
  
# Alias /mywebapps "C:/webapps"
#Alias /myweb "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/websale168.dll"      err
Alias /myweb "C:/zProject2012/UniGui/WebSale168/"

It is ok

 

Thanks choo

 

 

thank you to provide the working httpd.conf. file for apache. Maybe something to play with when comparing with IIS for real world project.

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