mono entry in vhost

Discussion in 'Feature Requests' started by pontifex, Aug 13, 2005.

  1. pontifex

    pontifex New Member

    Hi everyone,
    is there a way to change the template generated by the ISPConfig when a domain is added in that way that in the vhost file of the apache2 are entries for mono. eg there is an directory asp.net automatically added and set as directory for handling files by mono?

    Thanks
    PM
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    When you create a new web site in ISPConfig, there's a field called "Apache Directives (Optional):" where you can fill in all the additional stuff not handled by ISPconfig (yet...).
     
  3. pontifex

    pontifex New Member

    Hi,

    but will that also be ok for such a line:

    (Mono_Mod, Apache2, Suse 9.3)

    Code:
    MonoApplications "/testASP:/home/www/testdomain/httpdocs/asp-net"
    MonoDocumentRootDir "/home/www/testdomain/httpdocs/asp-net"
    
    AddHandler mono .aspx .ascx .asax .ashx .config .cs .asmx .axd
    DirectoryIndex index.aspx
    
    <Location /testASP>
         SetHandler mono
    </Location>
    Code:
    NameVirtualHost *
    
    <VirtualHost *>
    ServerName mono-testdomain.de
    ServerAdmin [email]webmaster@mono-testdomain.de[/email]
    ErrorLog /home/web001/logs/error.log
    CustomLog /home/web001/logs/access.log "combined"
    DirectoryIndex index.aspx
    SetHandler mono
    MonoApplications "/:/home/web001/public_html"
    MonoDocumentRootDir "/home/web001/public_html"
    </VirtualHost

    Might that code colide with the rest of the code?

    Ciao
    PM
     
    Last edited: Aug 13, 2005
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, the code should be ok. ISPConfig inserts it into the Apache configuration and does a syntax check (using httpd -t), and if it's ok, then you're fine; if the syntax check fails (e.g. because of typos or directives that rely on a module not included in Apache), then ISPconfig reloads the last working Apache configuration, and your directives appear commented out in the ISPConfig web interface.
     

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