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chazmonro

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So Im having trouble setting this up on IIS, anyone done this before?

 

Im using PHP 4.2 and MySql

 

Im simply trying to install via localhost/catalog/install/index.php but Im getting all kinds of errors

 

(i.e undre the web server heading on the NEW INSTALL page

 

Webserver Root Directory

 

Notice: Undefined index: DIR_FS_DOCUMENT_ROOT in C:Inetpubwwwrootwwwgaragecataloginstallincludesfunctionshtml_output.php on line 15

 

Notice: Undefined index: DIR_FS_DOCUMENT_ROOT in C:Inetpubwwwrootwwwgaragecataloginstallincludesfunctionshtml_output.php on line 15

 

Notice: Undefined index: DIR_FS_DOCUMENT_ROOT in C:Inetpubwwwrootwwwgaragecataloginstallincludesfunctionshtml_output.php on line 15

 

Notice: Undefined index: HTTP_SESSION_VARS in C:Inetpubwwwrootwwwgaragecataloginstallincludesfunctionshtml_output.php on line 15

 

)

 

Anyone have a clue?

 

Chuck

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Anyone have a clue?  

 

Look what I found when I used the search

 

http://www.oscommerce.com/forums/viewtopic.php...undefined+index

Mark Evans

osCommerce Monkey & Lead Guitarist for "Sparky + the Monkeys" (Album on sale in all good record shops)

 

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From the archives I have learned that running PHP in ISAPI mode solves a lot of problems.

 

Try a search with IIS PHP and look through the results.

 

I have never used IIS so I do not know what ISAPI mode is and how it can be installed that way. www.php.net will know though.

 

HTH

 

(Now I will cut'n'paste this to the several other threads about IIS, please people, use the search function BEFORE you post. With some 68.000 posts in the archives it is possible that you find an answer or at least learn a lot :-)

You can't have everything. That's why trains have difficulty crossing oceans, and hippos did not adapt to fly. -- from the OpenBSD mailinglist.

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