Originally posted by mwaseem
Follow these steps...
. Remove the existing IIS Extension from IIS
. Create a new extension and add path to <path-to-php>\php4isapi.dll
. Create application mapping for PHP on your default web site so that IIS would execute .php files with <path-to-php>\php4isapi.dll
. Set verbs to GET,SET,HEAD,POST,DEBUG
This should work for you as it is working for me
Ok, let me make sure I'm going to do this right. Seeing as how I'm more of a linux junkie (and not much of a junkie at that).
"Remove the existing IIS Extension from IIS"
you want me to remove the existing .php (?) extesnion
the php4isapi.dll is in the same directory as the php.exe
so really I don't need to update the PATH info, because it's the same dir (c:/php) right?
I edited thephp mapping to point to the php4isapi.dll (used to be php.exe) and set the verbs.
Still getting page can not be found.
yeah, I'm really new to this stuff if you can't tell.