IIS 5 & IIS 6
IIS6, MYSQL, PHP_ISAPI, WIN23k
Last post Oct 02, 2007 09:57 AM by adman4054
Oct 02, 2007 08:32 AM|adman4054|LINK
I'm using an "off the shelf" program that uses PHP5 and MYSQL. It was originally written for UNIX and now is being sold for Windows. Of the fields in the DB several will "post" just fine, but there are three that wont. No error message, MYSQL just chokes.
In addition there is one field where info can be posted, but not editable after the post, again just chokes. My first guess was permissions, but I've opened them all up during a test and there was no change. I'm running out of ideas, and I'm looking for suggestions.
Thanks in advance!
Oct 02, 2007 08:41 AMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
I'm not sure why you think this is related to IIS, but if there are no error messages returned and the event log shows nothing then you don't really have anything to go by. You don't provide any details either. We know it doesn't work as expected, but
we don't know what "opened them all up" means in terms of permissions? Does that mean you granted the group everyone full control? And you do realize of course that the group everyone is a group, not all accounts on the system, correct? And you realize
that many IIS related accounts are not in the everyone group, correct? And are thus not affected by any permissions assigned to that group...
Oct 02, 2007 08:51 AM|adman4054|LINK
Wow Jeff, Bad morning on the farm?
I'm not saying its IIS, just posting on different forums trying to get some help. Thanks for telling me what I dont know.
Oct 02, 2007 09:37 AM|tomkmvp|LINK
I don't use PHP or MYSQL so it's hard to help - have you had any luck contacting the developer of the program for support?
Oct 02, 2007 09:57 AM|adman4054|LINK
The developer and I have been going back and forth for days and he truly wants the program to run on my machine, but he is not a Windows guy and he cant figure out why a simple query wont run on my machine. Its something simple and he has the best software
for what I want to do. The other "fly in the ointment" is that his code is encoded which means I cant even flip it over to someone who might be able to help.