IIS 6.0/Python problem

querdenker69 querdenker69 at mtsi.de
Mon Sep 1 23:03:09 CEST 2003


Chung Jiho wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> We have been deploying our web application over win2k servers. It is
> written in Python and uses Active Scripting to meet our requirements
> that it must be ASP application. So far, it was O.K.
> 
> But recently we discovered our application doesn't work on Windows
> 2003 server. Even simple page such as below results in 500 Server
> Error.
> 
> <%@Language="Python"%>
> <%
> Response.Write("Hello, world?")
> %>
> 
> Have any of you experienced similiar problem in Windows 2003
> server/IIS 6.0 settings? VBScript and JScript ASPs are working well. I
> already allowed ASP scripting and checked "use parent path" on
> configuration dialog box.
> 
> Here's my IIS log. ASP_0147 error number is too generic to give us any
> hint and the page above is not doing any real work. Python version is
> 2.3 and win32all version is 155 (both are latest.)
> 
> 165.246.66.32, -, 8/26/2003, 16:57:33, W3SVC1, MULTI-SRV,
> 165.246.66.32, 15, 362, 368, 301, 0, GET, /drlistening, -,
> 165.246.66.32, -, 8/26/2003, 16:57:33, W3SVC1, MULTI-SRV,
> 165.246.66.32, 0, 363, 198, 500, 0, GET, /drlistening/Default.asp,
> |-|ASP_0147|500_Server_Error,
> 165.246.66.32, -, 8/26/2003, 16:58:12, W3SVC1, MULTI-SRV,
> 165.246.66.32, 0, 362, 368, 301, 0, GET, /drlistening, -,
> 165.246.66.32, -, 8/26/2003, 16:58:12, W3SVC1, MULTI-SRV,
> 165.246.66.32, 0, 363, 198, 500, 0, GET, /drlistening/Default.asp,
> |-|ASP_0147|500_Server_Error,
> 165.246.66.32, -, 8/26/2003, 16:58:12, W3SVC1, MULTI-SRV,
> 165.246.66.32, 0, 362, 368, 301, 0, GET, /drlistening, -,
> 165.246.66.32, -, 8/26/2003, 16:58:12, W3SVC1, MULTI-SRV,
> 165.246.66.32, 15, 363, 198, 500, 0, GET, /drlistening/Default.asp,
> |-|ASP_0147|500_Server_Error,
> 
> TIA

digging in the deep i remember something like:

IIS only supports .Net-technologies

I'd read an chat-script on the msdn-forum about the new features in
IIS6  , where some of the guests hava asked for support like PHP and 
Python. And, as i remember, the answer was clearly: No, we won't support
3rd-Part-Libraries (at the moment). The only way th handle dynamic data 
is to use ASP.NET

syl, Marcus





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