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SAP Web AS 6.30 and Microsoft IIS 5.0


we want to use IIS 5.0 as WebServer in conjunction with SAP WebAS 6.30 SP2. Therefore we downloaded the IisProxy module from SAP. We installed it but got the following error message in the corresponding log-file after restarting IIS (BTW: We didn't even change the default IisProxy.xml):

10:52:57 Global F-Init IisProxy Filter initializing.

10:52:57 Global Init E LoadFromFile( C:InetpubscriptsIisProxy.xml ): unspecified error.

10:52:57 Global F-Init E Failed to load config file 'C:InetpubscriptsIisProxy.xml'.

Does anybody know what the problem is?


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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2003 at 03:57 PM

    This is definitely something for support, which we are not...

    In this case you should enter an OSS message.



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      Hi all,

      Writing CSN is the right way to go with such issues. IisProxy's queue is BC-OP-NT.

      As for the current problem as it is described in the log file - it seems that Inetinfo.exe process can't open/read the configuration XML file.

      Possible reason - inetinfo.exe do not have security rights to open or read the file.

      Solution - change security settings for the XML file to include Inetinfo account with read rights.

      Another possible problem with IisProxy v. is that its default configurations file has version 1.4. The XML file version should be changed to 1.3 for IisProxy to work.

      Alternatively you may download IisProxy v. that is currently available on SAP Service Marketplace.



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