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About platforms...
Tuesday, September 21, 2004
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Can you tell me which IIS are you using to develop ASP Nuke?
I use IIS 6 with SharePoint Services on Windows Server 2003.
I noticed this error when trying to load setup1.asp

"Active Server Pages error 'ASP 0131'

Percorso principale non consentito

/setup/setup1.asp, line 1

Impossibile utilizzare il simbolo ".." per indicare la directory principale nel file di inclusione."

This means that you're using the deprecated "../" syntax to navigate into parent directories.
Windows 2003 does not allow any more this kind of directory navigation. But, instead of Unix systems, "/" is the root of the site and NOT of the system ;-)
I wonder now if you plan to either:

1. Change your platform to Windows 2003 OR
2. Simply make these changes OR
3. Have me as W2K3 tester
RE: About platforms...
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