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    help in installing Open Bluedragon on IIS 7

    Hi we do not have coldfusion hosting but looking to ad open bluedragon to host as it is open source.

    We are running into several problems. we tried installing Open Blue Dragon on IIS 7 and we came to following results. can someone please provide tips and documentation how we can do this:

    We are not facing any errors because there is not a guide or a method of making Open Blue Dragon work on IIS 7. Open Blue Dragon will run on windows but only on Jetty. Jetty will not interface with IIS 7 and we need cold fusion to work on IIS 7 for us to be able to provide it to our customers. We can't have it working on another web server because 1) the web server won't be running port 80 and 2) our control panel does not support a secondary, non IIS, web server.

    What we need is a guide on how to integrate it with IIS 7. Based on our research, its impossible.

    Please Guide us Experts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clarkee21 View Post
    Actually that's the .NET version which is quite different.

    I would suggest Tomcat as the jee server and apache as the front end there is alot more information about. Try joinign and askign on the OpenBD mailing list. I am still yet to see a decent IIS7 to OpenBD setup run trough yet.

    http://www.openbluedragon.org/mailinglist.cfm

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    There is now a Windows Installer available on the OpenBD downloads page. I'd recommend giving that a try.

    If you need any additional help with it, just post to the mailing list. Knowledgeable folks are willing to offer free support through that list, so there's no reason not to take advantage of it.

    Hope this helps!


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