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The Ruby on Rails (ROR) framework is typically run under Apache on both Linux and Windows Systems. For those that do not wish to use Apache to host their solutions on windows, one alternative is running under Internet Information Services (IIS) World Wide Web Publishing (W3SVC) service.

The installer packages Shane Careveo's Fast-CGI ISAPI filter in conjuction with Ionic's Rewrite ISAPI filter and my IIS scripts to allow for integration with IIS under Windows XP or Windows Server 2003. This is a complete solution for hosting your Ruby Rails application under IIS.

The installer is compiled using the Nullsoft Installer System (NSIS). IIS setup is handled by my vbscripts and executed from the installer. It installs the Rewrite filter, FCGI filter (including registry config settings), Ruby FCGI bindings and configures the IIS website.

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cruisecontroldotnet iis on rails ror ruby

In a Nutshell, Ruby On Rails For IIS Fast-CGI...

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