Joined: 18 May 2005
|Posted: Tue May 24, 2005 5:51 pm Post subject: Need help configuring Abyss Server to see asp files I create
|Please bare with me I am new to setting up a personal web server, When I set up Abyss, I thought I had to set up Selisoft Software(which comes with ActiveHTML)with the Abyss Server to see my asp files that I created in Ultra Dev Deamweaver but now I realize that is not the case. I explained before that I am trying to look at my asp files which I have created in Dreamweaver in a local server to make sure everything is fine before I actually put it up on the Web through FTP .
I am trying to configure the console correctly now, So I took C:/Program Files/ Selisoft/ Active HTML out of the interpreter (SEE BELOW SCRIPTING PARAMETERS), Now I am trying to configure the scripting Parameters correctly So when I put C:/Program Files/Abyss Web Server/htdocs/ahtml It gives me an error message.
All I am trying to do is set up my URL in Dreamweaver Something is not pointing to the server, When I put http://localhost/ahtml or http://localhost/index.asp or http://127.0.0.1/ahtml I get an error message PLEASE SEE BELOW ERROR MESSAGES
Abyss Web Server Console :: Hosts - Edit - Default Host On Port 80 :: Scripting Parameters Help
Enable Scripts Execution
CGI Parameters :
ISAPI Parameters :
Interpreters : Interpreter Arguments Associated Extensions
Script Paths : Virtual Path
Custom Environment Variable
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