Parallels Helm 4.1 ColdFusion for Microsoft IIS 7 Module Guide

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Contents

Preface

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Typographical Conventions

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4

Feedback

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About Parallels Helm

6

About This Guide

7

Installing the Classic A
SP for Microsoft IIS 7 Module

8

Configuring Classic ASP for Microsoft IIS 7

9

Enabling ASP on a New Web Site

10

Enabling ASP Support on an Existing Web Site

11

Enabling ASP Support during Domain Creation

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In this chapter:

Typographical Conventions

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Feedback

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Preface



Preface

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About Parallels Helm





Parallels Helm 4.1 introduces ColdFusion support for Microsoft IIS 7. This guide
explains how to install and configure ColdFusion 8 for Microsoft IIS 7 within Pa
rallels
Helm.

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About This Guide





ColdFusion 8 for Microsoft IIS 7

is a Provider Extension which means it is an extension of
another Provider module. In this case, the Provider

that it extends is the
Microsoft IIS 7

module. Therefore, in order to use the ColdFusion support module, you must first have
the
Microsoft IIS 7
module installed.

For details on doing this, please refer to the
Parallels 4.1 Microsoft IIS 7 Provider Guide

(
http://www.parallels.com/en/products/helm/docs/
).

After installing this, you can then install the ColdFusion module.



To install the ColdFusion module:

1

Open the Parallels Helm Configuration To
ol on your server. Click the
Installed Modules
button, and you will see all of the available modules for
Parallels Helm.

2

Find the
ColdFusion 8 for Microsoft IIS 7 extension
module in the list and
check the box, and then click the
Install/Uninstall Modules

button to install
it.

The ColdFusion 8 for IIS 7 module is now installed on your Parallels Helm build. Read
on to learn how to use it in Parallels Helm.

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Installing the Classic ASP for Microsoft
IIS 7 Module





The ColdFusio
n 8 for Microsoft IIS 7 module is a module that allows you to host sites
which can support ColdFusion through IIS (sites that can use extensions such as
.cfm
).



To configure the ColdFusion settings:

1

Go to the IIS service you have set up:
Home > Helm System
> Servers >
[Server]

> Services >
[IIS 7 Service]

2

Scroll down and you will the
Microsoft IIS 7 ColdFusion
details:



ColdFusion Admin Password:

ColdFusion administrator password.



ColdFusion App Path:
The path to the ColdFusion DLL file on the server, which I
IS
uses to run ColdFusion.



Script Supporting Extensions:

The list of ColdFusion script extensions, like
.cfm
,
.jsp
.



ColdFusion App. Map:

The path to ColdFusion application map DLL.



Scripts Directory:
The directory for ColdFusion scripts (must be within
Do
cumentRoot).



Flash Remoting Dir:
the path to the Flash Remoting service.



ColdFusion Temp Directory:
The directory for ColdFusion temporary files.



Windows Font Directory: By default, C:
\
Windows
\
Fonts



Excluded CF Tags:
Here you may specify ColdFusion tags un
supported in your
hosting.



Excluded CF Functions:

Here you may specify unsupported ColdFusion functions.



Coldfusion API URL:
The URL to ColdFusion API .ctc file.


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Configuring Classic ASP for Microsoft IIS
7





Now that you hav
e configured ColdFusion support in Helm, you can start enabling it on
your domains.



To enable ColdFusion for a Web site:

1

Go to your domain in Parallels Helm, for example:



Home > My Domains

>
[domain]

or



Home > My Customers >
[Customer Name]
> Domains >
[d
omain]



or a similar location if you have resellers, and customers underneath them

and you will be presented with the
Domain
menu (this screen will differ depending on
what services are installed on your domain).

2

Click the
ColdFusion
icon (or choose the
Col
dFusion

menu on the left
menu bar) and on the page that appears click
Enable ColdFusion

and
then
Save
.


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Enabling ASP on a New Web Site







To add the ColdFusion support service to a domain that has al
ready been set up in
Parallels Helm:

1

Go to the domain in Helm and click the
Services
tab at the top.

2

Check the
Microsoft IIS 7 ColdFusion

check box and click
Save
to allocate
the ColdFusion Service to the domain.

3

Follow the procedure of enabling ColdFusion

on the domain in the
next chapter.


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Enabling ASP Support on an Existing
Web Site





You may want to save some time by having ColdFusion support added to domains as
soon as they are created. Parallels Helm allows y
ou to do this via a feature called
Provisioning Methods
.

Effectively, this allows you to select certain features and services which will get
added/enabled on your domain when they that domain is added into Helm.
Enable
ColdFusion
is one of those services.



To enable ColdFusion support for a domain created:

1

Go to
Home > My Plan Templates >
[Template]
and scroll down to the
Provisioning Methods
section.

2

Click
Add

and give the provisioning method a friendly name (for
example,
Enable ColdFusion
).

3

Once done, se
lect
(Web Extension) Enable ColdFusion

from the
Available
Methods
drop down box.

4

Click
Save
to save the Provisioning Method.


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Enabling ASP Support during Domain
Creation