I have a few applications with a “WISPY” (Windows, IIS, SQL Server, PHP, Yii) configuration. Both Yii and the application reside in folders under c:\inetpub\wwwroot but Yii doesn’t have to as long as you keep your pathnames straight. Only IIS_IUSR (and IUSR if you need it) need to have write access to a few select folders inside the app so you can use NTFS ACL’s to protect the rest. As far as IIS is concerned the Yii app is a folder under wwwroot.
If you have specific questions perhaps I can be of further assistance.
i just typed a lengthy reply, pressed submit, and got to see my reply as text. so i pressed back and ITS ALL GONE. AAAAAAHHHHHHHHhhhhhhhh. I’ve spent all day with this Yii and i’ve got nothing to show for it. My webapp would be almost finished by now!
I think i better leave it for now before i start cursing.
Sorry to hear about your troubles with the board. New users have limited posting capabilities to avoid spam. Perhaps you should try splitting your communication into smaller chunks that we can handle one at a time. I’ll be here for a couple more hours…