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    Jason Guest

    Default Driving me completely insane

    I am using IIS 5.0 on a Windows 2000 Professional platform. I am using the "default web site" in IIS 5.0. My home directory&#039;s local path is set to a path outside the inetpub directory. I have set an application variable to be set in the global.asa but I don&#039;t think the global.asa is firing. I created a virtual directory underneath the "default web site" and pointed it to the same local directory I used for the "default web site" and the application variable is set. (I created a test.asp page that writes this variable to the page.) Why is this happening and how can I fix this so my "default web site" global.asa fires?<BR><BR>Thanks

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    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default RE: Driving me completely insane

    May i know which global.asa you are talking about?There should be one under your virtual directory, where u should put your application specific code.I don&#039;t think u actually referring to this global.asa file.other than this, any other global.asa is meaningless as far as ur application/virtual directory is concerned.

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