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From "George Sexton" <>
Subject RE: Absence of isapi_redirect log file
Date Mon, 08 Nov 2010 14:59:56 GMT
Every time I have ever seen this problem, it's a permissions problem.

Verify the user your app pool is running as has permissions.

Don't make assumptions about what user your app pool is running as.

1. Open Windows Internet Information Services Manager and right click on the
virtual host (or default website) for the calendar and choose Properties.
2. Switch to the Home tab and write down the Application Pool name.
3. In the left frame, click on the Application Pools folder, and then
right-click on the application pool name from the step above.
4. Click on the identity tab and write down the identity used.

George Sexton
MH Software, Inc.
303 438-9585

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nick Beare []
> Sent: Monday, November 08, 2010 3:45 AM
> To:
> Subject: Absence of isapi_redirect log file
> Hi
> I have successfully installed several JK redirect systems on various
> platforms (all windows based), linking IIS to JBoss(Tomcat) via AJP.
> (Always version 30 of the dll)
> Most recently, an NLB IIS cluster on twin windows 2003 R2 32 bit
> servers.
> I have never managed to get any output to the isapi_log file, no matter
> what
> logging level I stipulate in the registry keys.
> I have double, triple and quadruple checked that registry entries are
> complete and spelled correctly.
> I have check permissions on the log directory and they look okay.
> Does the dll create the log file if it doesn't yet exist?
> Does logging work? Has anybody seen the log file getting populated in a
> windows environment?
> Regards

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