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I’ve gone thru a lot of pain to get SQLXML running over IIS.<br /><br />with sql 2000 and windows 2003. (we all know 2003 is a little tricky)<br /><br />I’ve got to create by hand the isapi extension in IIS and allow it to execute.<br />(after a lot of time of course until I realized what was happening).<br /><br />The tool that came with sql2000 seems to no function properly in doing all these things automatically in win2003.<br /><br />Is that right?<br /><br />What are you supposed to use as IIS XML frontend in win 2003 for sql 2000?<br /><br />Am I just to stupid or what? ( please don’t answer this one [<img src=’/community/emoticons/emotion-1.gif’ alt=’:)‘ />] )<br />
Check: http://www.sql-server-performance.com/images/Henderson_Ch18.pdf HTH
Luis Martin
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Ok.<br /><br />that chapter seems worth reading. (BTW, I’ve tried to download the others chapters, but with no luck [<img src=’/community/emoticons/emotion-1.gif’ alt=’:)‘ />] )<br />But it don’t deal with win2k3 stuff.<br /><br />my problems are with IIS 6.0 (w2k3) and XMLSQL (3.0 I think) that came with SQL 2000.<br /><br />I had to create by hand the isapi extension and allowing it to run.<br />I just wanted to know if that is the way to go in my scenario ?<br />