Ok, thanks. Yes, Apache would be much better to route traffic through.
And also it looks like a complete pain to try and route traffic
through IIS. Is Apache for windows good? I only have experience of it
Since I am not expecting very high traffic for my site at first I am
going to use the Zope server at first. My head is hurting too much
By the way do you have any experience of altering the zope database or
adding fields to the registration process on Plone etc? Seems a wee
bit tricky and a client wants extra fields etc.
On 8/9/05, Philip Kilner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> michael nt milne wrote:
> > Ok thanks. Will check on the ISA side. I've it up and running on a laptop
> > fine.
> > 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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