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    shut down apache!

    I'm now using asp instead of php and find it easier to use windows built in IIS. But for some reason I can't seem to get apache to shut down.

    I have opened xampp control panel and clicked stop, so far it SHOULD have shut down:

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    01:51:31 AM  [mysql] 	Attempting to stop MySQL (PID: 9256)
    01:51:31 AM  [mysql] 	Status change detected: stopped
    01:51:31 AM  [Apache] 	Attempting to stop Apache (PID: 5568)
    01:51:31 AM  [Apache] 	Attempting to stop Apache (PID: 8864)
    01:51:31 AM  [Apache] 	Status change detected: stopped
    I have also changed the ports for apache to 81 and 442, but I still cant seem to access the IIS files...

    It is also not shut down fully, as if I type localhost into the address bar the XAMPP welcome page is displayed which means apache is still running. I have checked the services from the task manager and it says apache is not running.

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    Restarting the system or clearing your browser cache should fix the problem

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    Ah yes, thanks.

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    Having more trouble with IIS. Here is my code in test.asp

    PHP Code:
    <% response.write("hello") %> 
    And here is the error code being returned

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    HTTP Error 404.3 - Not Found
    The page you are requesting cannot be served because of the extension configuration. If the page is a script, add a handler. If the file should be downloaded, add a MIME map.

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    Do you have ASP installed and configured? Make sure you have the correct version selected in the Application Pool for your site.

    If you still can't get it working try viewing the failed request trace. In IIS select your site settings and enable the failed request tracing. Then add a rule to your failed requests trace settings to log a trace for 400-500 errors, load your page with the error, and check the failed request logs. They are quite verbose so you may have to scroll down quite a bit to find the actual error.

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    Ah, I feel stupid now... I thought ASP would be on by default
    Last edited by martynball; 05-09-2013 at 04:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martynball View Post
    Ah, I feel stupid now... I thought ASP would be on by default
    Yeah, not exactly. With Windows Server you have to install the Application Server role to be able to use ASP with IIS.


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