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  • Eval: Step by step instructions for deploying to IIS 6

    I am evaluating. Functionally, I'm still doing well, but I admit to getting nervous
    by some of the forum dialog regarding actually deploying apps to production.

    Can someone point me at step by step instructions for deploying an SC6 app to
    an IIS 6 server?

    Thank you.


  • #2
    Re: Eval: Step by step instructions for deploying to IIS 6

    Hello FrankR,

    First your IIS 6 server has to meet a few requirements:

    - Supports PHP 5.3
    - JRE (required to generate PDFs)

    Once those requirements are met (the second one being optional), follow this tutorial. On the 5th step I recommend you to Create a ZIP with the applications, copy it to your server, extract it and then configure your Production environment.

    regards,
    Bernhard Bernsmann

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    • #3
      Re: Eval: Step by step instructions for deploying to IIS 6

      Hello Bernhard,

      The docs make this reference:

      For Windows Servers using Web IIS Server, is necessary to define the permissions in the directory _lib (common libraries), and in the CMD files (C:\WINDOWS\system32) for IIS users (IUSR_NOME-DO-SERVIDOR) .
      What is the English system equivalent of IUSR_NOME-DO-SERVIDOR?



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      • #4
        Re: Eval: Step by step instructions for deploying to IIS 6

        Hello,
        and after the first export to the new production server you have to define the connections.
        call the page <your website>/_lib/prod

        Regards
        Uwe Pfeiffer

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        • #5
          Re: Eval: Step by step instructions for deploying to IIS 6

          Exactly what Pfeiffer said. Nome do Servidor means Server Name.

          regards,
          Bernhard Bernsmann

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