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From: Jason Remillard <jremillardshop@ya...> - 2006-07-30 13:49:51
I don't have any experience running codestriker under IIS. However, the missing parts of the URL
comes from IIS. Codestriker expects the URL to be passed to it via the normal CGI environment.
Given that you are getting the host name part of the URL (rather than just being empty), my guess
would be that you have a configuration problem in IIS.
I only have XP home available to me. Do you know if I can setup IIS to help?
--- Fabio Hirata <fabio_hirata@...> wrote:
> I installed codestriker-1.9.2-rc3 on Windows XP and I want to use it with
> IIS. I ran the install.pl, and I can see the "Topic List" page just fine.
> The problem is that all the links from the Topics List page have their paths
> For instance, the path for codestriker in my machine is:
> However, the link to Create New Topic is:
> If I type the entire path,
> (http://localhost/codestriker/cgi-bin/codestriker.pl?action=create), then I
> can open the create page just fine. But the links in the create page are
> also incorrect. (in Apache, everything works fine)
> Has anyone seem this problem? Any suggestions would be great!
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