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 From: Eric den Doop
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 Eric den Doop
 To: Jez Enefer-Mills
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 Jez Enefer-Mills
Subject: RE: FoxIsapi - Eric & Jamie
Thread ID: 33673 Message ID: 33716 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 8 Category: Web, FTP and other Internet Protocols
Date: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 10:30:55 AM         

> Thanks for responding guys ..... Sorry I was so vauge last time .... New day, new posting which I hope will be clearer.
> As far as the books .... I understand that Foxisapi is completly different to Web Connection. I have purchased both books in the hope to learn both. I was buying one so I thought I may as well buy the second.
> Firstly I hope to understand the Foxisapi and create a web site using this and then maybe look at Web Connection at a later date.
> I am using Window 2000 and IIS 5 and trying to create the server and client on my workstation.
> We as an organisation (A major college..So lots of red tape and different departments) do have a web server which can be used; at some point. However, I need to be able to produce something first.
> If I run http://localhost or in my case http://stone16101 ...I receive the Windows 2000 localstart page; so that works fine.
> What I can't get working is the so called simple 'Helloworld' web page. ... Basic FoxIsapi COM server
> I created an EXE of which is saved in c:/MyFirstServer along with the project.
> The COM server is called TFirstServer and the EXE is called FirstServer.
> How do I make this display as a web page?
> Do I have it in the wrong place?
> Do I have to add anything else to this folder?
> I'm going to try and re-read the beginning of the book, but if anyone can make this easier for me!
> Thanks
> Jez

You need to register the COM server with DCOM (dcomcnfg) and set the correct security and launch permissions on the COM EXE and the file/folders. You need to install the foxisapi.dll in a script folder. This also requires quite some configuration of your IIS. I suggest you re-read Rick Strahl's article on foxisapi. This explains how to set things up on NT4, but you can still use it with Win2k. Once you have set things up properly, you should be able to access your foxisapi application at the address similar as:
Eric den Doop
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Foxisapi - Ummmmmm ?????? Posted by Jez Enefer-Mills @ 12/1/2003 5:21:02 PM
RE: Foxisapi - Ummmmmm ?????? Posted by Eric den Doop @ 12/1/2003 6:02:49 PM
RE: Foxisapi - Ummmmmm ?????? Posted by Jamie Osborn @ 12/2/2003 2:30:25 AM
FoxIsapi - Eric & Jamie Posted by Jez Enefer-Mills @ 12/2/2003 9:45:15 AM
RE: FoxIsapi - Eric & Jamie Posted by Eric den Doop @ 12/2/2003 10:30:55 AM
OK I'll keep trying Posted by Jez Enefer-Mills @ 12/2/2003 1:08:30 PM
Another question ERIC... Posted by Foxhound @ 12/5/2003 3:27:21 PM
RE: FoxIsapi - Eric & Jamie Posted by Bernard Bout @ 12/4/2003 4:54:20 AM