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Subject Topic: No properties available for this node
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ChickPea
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Posted: 21 December 2011 at 7:42pm

Hi,

I support a site using ISAPI_REWRITE, so I wanted to
install Lite on my own laptop, to be able to play with
some ideas at home.

I have Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, using IIS 7.5.

I've installed ISAPI_REWRITE Lite, and when I fire up the
manager it shows the IIS tree, but each site shows only
"No properties available for this node".

I have the ISAPI filters feature installed in IIS.

What am I missing?

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Posted: 22 December 2011 at 7:16am

You missed specific limitations of LITE version.
that's why .htaccess files are not shown.

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Andrew
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ChickPea
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Posted: 22 December 2011 at 10:30am

AndrushkaUS wrote:
You missed
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version.
that's why .htaccess files are not shown.

Regards
Andrew


Ah. Dammit. So I guess I need the full version- or I can
try the IIS 7 rewrite module instead.
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ChickPea
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Posted: 22 December 2011 at 12:09pm

Arghh.

I have a virtual directory, under the default website.

The URL I'm trying to rewrite is:

http://localhost:80/ICE/default.asp?
category=Examples&service=FRMEX01

I've used a file as follows:


RewriteEngine on
AllowOverride none

RewriteBase /

#try ICE redirects
RewriteRule ICY/(.*)\.html ICE/default.asp?
category=Examples&service=$1 [L,NC,QSA]

So I should be able to use:

http://localhost/icy/FRMEX01.html to call the same
function, right?

And it seems that the rewrite works, but I then get:

HTTP Error 403.18 - Forbidden The specified
request cannot be processed in the application pool that
is configured for this resource on the Web server.


The URL seems to be correctly formed, but IIS is not
having it.

Ah. If I change the VirDir to use the default app pool,
it works. Hmmm.

Is this a permissions issue? Do I need the full version
to do this, so I can have localised rules?

Edited by ChickPea - 22 December 2011 at 12:15pm
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Posted: 23 December 2011 at 5:15am

You can't rewrite between two pools.

Options:
1) place everything inside one pool
2) make a proxy rule for this rewrite instead.

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Andrew
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ChickPea
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Posted: 29 December 2011 at 4:06am

AndrushkaUS wrote:
You can't rewrite between two pools.

Options:
1) place everything inside one pool
2) make a proxy rule for this rewrite instead.

Regards
Andrew


The rewrite is from the website root, to a virtual
directory. They should be in the same pool, I
think.
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Posted: 05 January 2012 at 3:17am

I made an assumtion about pools from this:

Quote:
Ah. If I change the VirDir to use the default app pool, it works. Hmmm.


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Andrew
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