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Changes between Version 40 and Version 41 of DjangoOnWindowsWithIISAndSQLServer


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11/28/08 14:46:47 (6 years ago)
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loekje
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Changed order of installatioen, i.e. Python Win32 extensions must be installed prior to PyISAPIe

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  • DjangoOnWindowsWithIISAndSQLServer

    v40 v41  
    88=== Steps === 
    99 * Install Python 
     10 * Install Python Win32 extensions, as they are required by PyISAPie 
    1011 * Install PyISAPIe - an extension for IIS to connect Python with IIS 
    1112 * Install Django and connect Django to PyISAPIe 
    12  * Install Python Win32 extensions, as they are required by... 
    1313 * ADODB-API - the Python / SQL Server driver 
    1414 * Configure Django to look at SQL Server 
     
    1818== Install Python == 
    1919A simple download and install for this bit, so open http://www.python.org/ and look for "Quick Links" -> "Windows Installer" in the menu on the left. Download and run it, following the wizard steps until it is complete.  
     20 
     21== Install the PyWin32 Extensions == 
     22Just a download and install for this bit - Pick them up from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=78018. 
    2023 
    2124== Install PyISAPIe - an ISAPI extension for IIS == 
     
    159162 * ''I had to create a "media" virtual directory for the stylesheets, etc, at the root of my IIS directory tree (urgh) with read permissions to get the admin site to load styles.  Looking at the source for the admin page in my browser, the stylesheet link is absolute (/media/...) [rnm]'' 
    160163 
    161 == Install the PyWin32 Extensions == 
    162 Just a download and install for this bit - Pick them up from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=78018 
    163  
    164164== Configure Django for SQL Server == 
    165165There are two external Django database backends for SQL Server: