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PPM Support Tip: Configuration for IIS 7.0 & 7.5 (64bits)

 

Knowledge base article: KM00967824

 

How to configure Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 & 7.5 using Windows 2008 R2 in 64bits?

 

File System Configuration:

  

  1. Create a folder in c:\inetpub\, for example, folder name is scripts.
  2. Download isapi_redirect.zip, extract and copy isapi_redirect.dll to c:\inetpub\scripts. Attached.
  3. Create or check the workers.properties file under c:\inetpub\scripts, and the content looks like below

 

worker.list=load_balancer

 

worker.<PPM_SERVER_NAME>.host=<IP ADDRESS>

 

worker.<PPM_SERVER_NAME>.port=<EXTERNAL_WEB_PORT>

 

worker.<PPM_SERVER_NAME>.type=ajp13

 

worker.<PPM_SERVER_NAME>.lbfactor=1

 

worker.<PPM_SERVER_NAME>.connection_pool_timeout=600

 

worker.load_balancer.type=lb

 

worker.load_balancer.balance_workers= <PPM_SERVER_NAME>

 

   4. Create or check uriworkermap.properties file under c:\inetpub\scripts, and the content looks like below

 

 

/itg/*=load_balancer

/dashboard/*=load_balancer

/utility_portlets/*=load_balancer

 


  5. Check the isapi_redirect.properties file under c:\inetpub\scripts, and the content looks like below (please send us this file):

 

# The path to the ISAPI Redirector Extension, relative to the website

 

# This must be in a virtual directory with execute privileges

 

extension_uri=/jakarta/isapi_redirect.dll

 

# Full path to the log file for the ISAPI Redirector

log_file=c:\inetpub\scripts\isapi.log

 

# Log level (debug, info, warn, error or trace)

log_level=debug

 

# Full path to the workers.properties file

worker_file=c:\Inetpub\scripts\workers.properties

 

# Full path to the uriworkermap.properties file

worker_mount_file=c:\Inetpub\scripts\uriworkermap.properties

 

rewrite_rule_file=c:\Inetpub\scripts\rewrites.properties

 

   6. Create an empty rewrites.properties file under c:\inetpub\scripts

 

IIS config

 

Below steps can be found in document: Installation and Administration Guide

Section: Configuring the Microsoft Internet Information Services 7.0 Web Server on a Windows Server 2008 System

 

 

  1. (Step 6 in document) Under your IIS Web server, create a new (or identify an existing) Website to integrate with the PPM Server. for example, use default web site. Right-click the Default Web site, select Add Virtual Directory from the shortcut menu. In the Alias box, type the alias name (for example, Jakarta), and link to c:\inetpub\scripts
  2. (Step 9b in document) select default web site, in the center panel, double-click ISAPI Filters, add c:\inetpub\scripts\isapi_redirect.dll
  3. (Step 10 in document) From the Connections panel of Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager, select the Web server name. In Features View, double-click ISAPI and CGI Restrictions to enable the Tomcat redirector DLL in Web service extensions
  4. (Step 11 in document) From the Connections panel of Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager, select the Web site. In Features View, double-click Handler Mappings to Enable execution of ISAPI filter
  5. select application pools, then select defaultAppPool, select Advanced Settings, set Enable 32-bit applications to False.
  6. restart IIS service.

 

After finish the configuration

 

visit http://<IIS IP Host>:<Port>/itg/dashboard/app/portal/PageView.jsp

 

Please use the IP and the FQDN.

Best regards,
Randall

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