michael nt milne wrote:
> Ok thanks. Will check on the ISA side. I've it up and running on a laptop
> Will let you know progress. Would you say it should be fine just
> running the app from the zope server on 8080 once it is running,rather
> than configuring to go through IIS?What's your experience?
Glad you've had it running on a laptop - I was concerned you might lose
If the app is Internet facing, or has non-trivial traffic, I'd put Zope
behind Apache. I have multiple sites on single Zope instances on several
Windows servers, and it works really well.
In my case, Apache serves pages on port 80 but on a separate IP address
from IIS. One old server is NT4 (!) which worked fine, another is Win2k
Server, and I needed to knock socket pooling on the head for that one.
If I were doing it again, I'd run /both/ Zope and IIS on non-standard
ports, and put both behind Apache. I may be a bit jaundiced, but I don't
consider IIS is well enough house-trained to be let loose on port 80...
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