Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of DjangoOnWindowsWithIISAndSQLServer


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Timestamp:
06/29/2006 01:36:44 PM (9 years ago)
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phillip@…
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Just some notes

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    1111NB also: The whole point of this is to keep Python running even when not serving requests, to reduce the overhead of starting Python all the time. This means that a lot of changes you make while configuring it wont take effect until you do a full IIS restart.
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     13Note: With IIS 6, you only have to right-click on the application pool running your services and select 'recycle' for changes to take.
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    1315Credit to: http://thinkhole.org/wp/2006/04/03/django-on-windows-howto/ for the Django on Windows with Postgres/Apache guide, from which I have grabbed some parts of the django-on-windows setup.
     
    5254  * Give it a name, add the pyisapie.dll fill as a required file and check the box to set the extension status to allowed.
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    54 That's it installed. In the <extracted archive>\source\PyISAPIe\Python\examples folder is a file called Info.py. Copy this to your new virtual directory folder, and then try and view http:// your site / info.py
     56That's it installed. In the <extracted archive>\source\PyISAPIe\Python\examples folder is a file called Info.py. Copy this to your new virtual directory folder, and then try and view http:// your site / Info.py
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     58Notes:
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     60  - You don't _have_ to create a virtual directory - you can do this with the root folder. If you do choose a virtual directory, say /myfolder, then only urls starting with /myfolder will be handled by PyISAPIe.
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     62  - IIS 5.x doesn't support wildcard application maps, at least not through the configuration interface.
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    5664It should work. If it doesn't, when you find out why please come back and explain what happened and how you fixed it. ;)
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