Installing and configuring PHP / MySQL with IIS

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Installing and configuring PHP / MySQL with IIS

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Please read this article before asking questions regarding the setup of PHP (4/5) & MySQL with Microsoft IIS. The article outlines the topic very well although, time permitting we may provide our own insight into this topic.

http://www.benmardesign.com/IIS_PHP_MYS ... setup.html

Thanks to anjanesh for sourcing this article...
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IIS Server Configuration

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Hi,
How do I configure IIS 5.0 as there is no option named as Web Service extensions, please highlight.

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rt click site --> properties --> home directory tab --> configuration button
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HI,
In that I have in the extension .php and executable path as C:\PHP\php5isapi.dll and verbs all and in the tabl App options Default language as VBScript. ccan u please highlight on this

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I cannot see web service extention is my ISS

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I cannot see web service extention is my ISS, I'm using windows XP.
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Re: I cannot see web service extention is my ISS

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neon138 wrote:I cannot see web service extention is my ISS, I'm using windows XP.
Is it IIS 6.0+ ? It's under the Web sites branch of the snap-in.
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php including shtml in W2003 Server and IIS 6.0

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Hi thank you very much for the instructions of how Installing and configuring PHP / MySQL with IIS.

However I followed them and php does work, but as soon as I want to include shtml pages in my homepage I get the error message "Error processing SSI file"

So I spend the last three weeks looking for a solution and now I'm at a point where I'm ready to give up!
But this can't be possible, I kind of don't want to give up.

My Server is a Windows 2003 Server with IIS 6.0.

Maybe there is a kind person out there which feels mercy for me and can help me with this issue.......

I'm glad for any kind of help

thanks in advance
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you could probably set up a new extension for .shtml pages and point to whatever cgi or isapi application you want to parse them...
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working with .shtml pages

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You do not need to setup a new extension because its already there.

If you are running Windows 2003 Server with IIS 6.0 then you must "Allow" Server Side Includes in the Web Service Extentions node of the IIS snap-in just like I am sure you had to do with PHP although the PHP extension had to be added manually.
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this is a foolproof guide for php 5 on IIS 6

http://www.peterguy.com/php/install_IIS6.html
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Re: Installing and configuring PHP / MySQL with IIS

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d11wtq wrote:Please read this article before asking questions regarding the setup of PHP (4/5) & MySQL with Microsoft IIS. The article outlines the topic very well although, time permitting we may provide our own insight into this topic.

http://www.benmardesign.com/IIS_PHP_MYS ... setup.html

Thanks to anjanesh for sourcing this article...
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Post by feyd »

This was misposted by atkman
atkman wrote:After hours of trying to do this, I finally got PHP, MySql and IIS 6.0 to work together. I wrote an article that explains how to do this. If anyone is having issues with is, hopefully it can be of some help,

http://www.atksolutions.com/articles/in ... l_iis.html

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There are dud links on this page.
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Post by anjanesh »

The original link is dead. But heres a new text-article on setting up PHP, MySQL and WordPress on IIS7.

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http://windowsmvp.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!80195647FE07388F!485.entry
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