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Web enabled application

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Web enabled application

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I need some help on a web application.  I have a web app on a server and the server has the app broker running but I cannot get the app to run.  The manual is vague on how to set the app up on the server.  I can start the app
broker on my computer and get the app to work just like in the tutor.  The app broker is on the server and is running but we must not be linking the app right.  If anyone could give me some detail instructions or a link to help with the setup I would appreciate it. the link for the app is
http://ncmgweb.ncmg.com/CWICWEB/Exec/GBMApps/WebApp/webex.exe
Naturally if you execute the link it will start to download the exe file.  I have tried http://ncmgweb.ncmg.com/CWICWEB/Exec/GBMApps/WebApp/webex.exee.0
to start the app but the page sys the page can't be found.

RE: Web enabled application

This sounds like an EXECUTE permission issue for the directory within the web server.  Which version of Clarion are you using?  Which IIS/OS version?  Which version of the Server/Broker?  EXE or ISAPI DLL version?

RE: Web enabled application

(OP)
ClarionEE 5.5. Clarion Application Server Limited Edition version 2.0. Exe version.  NT 4.0 SP6a.  

RE: Web enabled application

The most common cause for this type of behavior is missing RTL DLLs or images that the application requires.  Since you are not using the IIS-ISAPI version then execute permissions are most likely not the cause.

HTH

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