Hello,First off thanks much for the detailed documentation on the configuration and usage of codestriker. I have used this tool about 3 years ago for code reviews and found it inteesting. I was trying to set it up in my org this time hoping to have the same luxury but running into issues with config. Kindly help me with clarifications to the below questions. Btw, I have download and using MySQL (mysql-5.6.11-winx64), codestriker-1.9.10, ActivePerl-220.127.116.113-MSWin32-x64-296746. I am running IIS 7 on win 7 64 bit.
- IIS Configuration: I have followed the steps as stated in the document (although it was not for IIS7, I have executed the equivalent steps). Handler mapping for *.cgi and *.pl both pointing to the local perl installation directory and permissions set to execute with All verbs. - screenshot 1 attached
- But my basic question is - where can I find the codestriker.pl file. When I look at the screenshots on your website/3rd chapter, we are asked to hit the url as http://localhost/cosestriker/codestriker.pl. But I was unable to locate this file in the codestriker zip extract.
- Should we be copying something to inetpub/wwwroot since we are using localhost
- When I try to browse my virtual directories from IIS after giving the necessary config I get an error. Screenshots attached.
Please let me know if I am missing something. Again, thanks for the detailed document, but request additional help here.
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