Yea, I recently put them into 2 different directories.  I'm doing the
research on cgi vs. isapi right now.  Anyway, I create a test site and it
showed up okay, got the error message about the security-alert, something
about the cgi that can not be accessed directly.  My impression is that they
are working.  Just need to modify the php.ini or something.

"Christoph Grottolo" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Christoph Grottolo wrote:
> > If you use cgi, no problem, just put the php.ini into the php
> > directory (instead of the windows directory). This works.
> sorry, forgot to write:
> put the different versions of php into different directories (i.e.
> c:\php\php421 and c:\php\php430)
> Christoph
> >> There are a couple of websites I had to move from one machine to this
> >> window machine and it introduced two new problems.  There are two
> >> different version of PHP, however IIS can work with two different
> >> version of PHP without a problem.  The 2nd problem is to have two
> >> different php.ini file from two different PHP version to work
> >> together.
> >>
> >> Have anyone experience this problem?  What would be the best solution
> >> to the problem?  Recommended Solution to the problem?  Suggestion?
> >> Upgrading a couple of websites that use the old version of PHP is not
> >> an option right now.  That would take way too long and there's not
> >> enough time for that right now.
> >>
> >> Thanks,
> >>  FletchSOD

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