[Geomoose-users] Geomoose 2.x Problems
sgertken at co.wabasha.mn.us
Wed Dec 16 12:08:01 EST 2009
I discovered there was a problem with the php CGI web service configuration in IIS. I believe I have it configured correctly now, but when I try to access the links you listed through a web browser, I now receive a CGI error. I know I've had issues with PHP scripts not playing nicely with IIS with the previous version of GeoMoose, and I'm not sure if this is the issue here.
If you point your browser to http://swoosh.co.wabasha.mn.us/geomoose/php/ you will see a list of the files and directories, if that gives you any insight to the problem.
Also, I downloaded the following installation package:
Shawn R. Gertken
Wabasha County GIS Coordinator
From: Dan Little [mailto:danlittle at yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 16, 2009 10:01 AM
To: Gertken, Shawn; geomoose-users at lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [Geomoose-users] Geomoose 2.x Problems
Here's the problem:
For some reason the PHP folder is not being served, or you're missing the ALL_JS.PHP script. Which package did you start from for the download? I'm just curious as we've tried to ship production-ready packages with compiled.js as the main script, instead of the dynamic loading scripts.
In any case, you can do further testing by uncommenting this:
And commenting out
You still may have some more issues to figure out because to use the rest of the services the PHP directory should be active and ready to run PHP services.
Timed out on me... indicating there's something goofy going on with the IIS configuration, is there something like a "Serve Subfolders, PLEASE" check box? Or maybe your PHP filter is trying to EXECUTE the "php" folder becauase a filter pattern is neglecting to recognize the ".php" as different than anything with "php" in it?
>From: "Gertken, Shawn" <sgertken at co.wabasha.mn.us>
>To: geomoose-users at lists.sourceforge.net
>Sent: Wed, December 16, 2009 9:35:39 AM
>Subject: [Geomoose-users] Geomoose 2.x Problems
>I’ve decided to make the jump to GeoMoose 2.x;
>however, I’ve run into a brick wall and decided to ask for some
>I suspect the problem may be with my configuration…I’m
>using IIS and I have two sites running on the server. The primary site is an ArcIMS
>site, with GeoMoose being the secondary site. I had no issues running the 1.x
>version of Geomoose, but with different configuration files for 2.x, I’m
>stuck with a site looking like this:
>I’ve noticed the following HTML throws up an error
>flag in Firebug: <body onload="main();">. I’m far from an
>HTML expert, so this leaves me at a loss.
>I know there are potentially hundreds
>of issues that could be causing the issues with my site, but does anyone have
>any suggestions on where I might start?? Thanks for any help!
>Shawn R. Gertken
>Wabasha County GIS
>411 Hiawatha Dr. E
>Wabasha, MN 55981
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