[Catalyst] Canot get application working on IIS7 via FastCGI
craig at homeloanpartnership.com
Mon Oct 22 08:36:08 GMT 2012
Well I've provided everything you requested, but not had a reply from you, shall I assume Catalyst doesn't work on IIS until I hear to the contrary?
From: Tomas Doran [mailto:bobtfish at bobtfish.net]
Sent: 17 October 2012 21:24
To: The elegant MVC web framework
Subject: Re: [Catalyst] Canot get application working on IIS7 via FastCGI
On 17 Oct 2012, at 16:49, Craig Chant wrote:
> I've been going round in circles unable to find any help on why my catalyst application won't work on IIS7 Windows Server 2008 R2
> I find all the documentation to be incorrect,, such as setting the path to '*' stops all static content being served from the root/static directory , I had to put '*.' For images etc to show.
> Now I cannot get any path to be recognised, http://mydomain/mycontroller/mymethod does nothing, and all that will load is the Root.pm -> sub index :Path :Args(0) method.
Loading the wrong URI is significantly different to doing nothing, no?
> It doesn't matter what URL I point my browser to all I ever get is the welcome screen from the Root.pm index method.
> If I use localhost for the devel server the app resolves the URL path correctly and the associated action runs from the correct controller.
> However, over IIS7 it will not work and I cannot find any resources to explain why.
> Please help!
You haven't given us anything to help try to explain why!
Please can you give us the debug output from startup of the app + the debug logs of asking for /, and asking for /a/uri/which/does/not/work ? Also, please add a Data::Dumper::Dumper to the Catalyst::Engine::prepare_path method - one at the start to dump $env, and two near the bottom to dump $c->request->uri and $c->request->base just after they've been assigned to...
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