Allow configuration of context without environment variable (needed for IIS)
I found some configuration in some of the Framework Packages corresponding the persistence:core:context. The comment just says that this should be set by the enviroment.
This is quite a good idea, but just for Apache Users. I tried FLOW3 on IIS, and as you self wrote on your Kickstart Tutorial - you haven't tested it on IIS.
Well the point is... IIS doesn't support VirtualHosts, so there is no way for me to define the needed context.
I've done a workaround and added a line of code to the
But this won't be a great deal if i have a config like the
Maybe you could give this setting in the global
Settings.yaml a try.
Updated by Rens Admiraal over 9 years ago
Just some extra info related to this issue:
On http://www.iis.net/ConfigReference/system.webServer/fastCgi/application/environmentVariables you can find documentation how you can set environment variables using Microsoft Administration Pack for IIS 7.0 (http://www.iis.net/expand/AdministrationPack).
This still seems to be a global setting for the entire IIS server though.