Thanks Mark, I like your plan way better then what I was doing. I will try and change my things over to this approach. 
Mike Stone
Director of Computer Information Services
Kaskaskia College
27210 College Road
Centralia, IL 62801

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I use a virtual directory under rainbow all the time.


You need to copy, freetextbox.dll, RewriteRules.Rainbow.dll and RulesEngine.dll and put them into the bin folder in your virtual directory.


I think this has something to do with the url handler from the parent application needing to be able to handle urls and not being able to find the dlls it needs.


Anyway it works and I use it a lot and also with SSL.





From: [] On Behalf Of James Steward
Sent: Saturday, 21 May 2005 8:38 AM
Subject: [Rainbowportal-devel] Virtual Directory under Rainbow


Has anyone gotten a virtual directory application to work under Rainbow?

Here's the scenario:

Rainbow is set up as a Web Site in IIS with it's own IP address.

I have multiple Portals running

I have another web application that I would like my users of the Rainbow Portal to use by accessing it from their domain name. For example: gives the Portal site. gives them another web application that has nothing to do with Rainbow.

A main concern with this is SSL certificates. I know that I could just redirect to another url, but I want to use the same cert for both applications.


I've already tried just defining a Virtual Directory under the Rainbow web site in IIS, but when I try to get to the Virtual Directory it either hangs or gives me a " not found" error.


I'm looking further into this, but any pointers by someone who's gone down this path would be helpful.



James Steward