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Put ASP pages where?

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by Murkydok, Dec 29, 2001.

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  1. Murkydok

    Murkydok Thread Starter

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    It's silly question to most I know, but where do I put ASP pages if I want to use them on a web page. Which directory in frontpage 2000 do the go in? The main dir for the web?

    Bryan
     
  2. Rockn

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    Does you web host even support ASP?
     
  3. Talismanic

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    Just in case you are working local:

    Assuming you are working on a local machine you should be able to put ASP pages in any directory on your web server. The key is that they have to be put on the web server and then browsed using LocalHost, Ip address, or the machine name.

    So if you have a file named myasp.asp located on your web server using the defaults. The path would look something like this c:\inetpub\wwwroot\scripts\myasp.asp. To view this page you would open up your browser and type http://MachineName/scripts/myasp.asp in the location bar to see the page in action.
     
  4. Rockn

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    Talismanic is talking about personal web server. No one else will be able to see your pages unless you open it up to the internet or have a static IP address
     
  5. Talismanic

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    Rockn is correct. I should of clarified that. I hope I did not misunderstand your question but I thought that is what you were referring to.

    In the Webserver/Host it would be similar but would look like this:

    http://www.yourdomain.com/scripts/myasp.asp

    In this case you would use a FTP program to upload the ASP pages to www.yourdomain.com and put it in the scripts subfolder with the FTP client.
     
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