[IronPython] IronPython/NWSGI 0-byte 200/404 response with HelloWorld?
empirebuilder at gmail.com
Sat Sep 19 09:37:48 PDT 2009
It works fine on my installation (Windows 2003 32 bit). Here's the hello
world sample http://nwsgi.spellcoder.org/hello.wsgi.
You can download the whole binaries here
http://nwsgi.spellcoder.org/nwsgi.rar and try it out on your machine. See if
2009/9/19 Dody Gunawinata <empirebuilder at gmail.com>
> I'm currently trying to replicate your problem on IIS 6.0 on WIndows 2003
> server. I'll get the result in a bit.
> On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 6:54 PM, Markus Törnqvist <mjt at nysv.org> wrote:
>> On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 05:23:21PM +0300, Markus T�rnqvist wrote:
>> >Unfortunately it's still broken; "The specified procedure could not be
>> >I'm thinking, do I need some sort of config for callable? Does Web.config
>> >get parsed and it's somehow broken in the example?
>> Finally found SOMETHING:
>> "If your ISAPI DLL uses an API call that is not actually present on the
>> OS, you can get this error. This is particularly insidious because you are
>> able to compile/link the DLL successfully, yet the DLL fails to load on an
>> which does not implement the API call you linked against.
>> For example, suppose your ISAPI uses the RegGetValue() API call introduced
>> Windows Server SP1 (all platforms) and XP Pro x64. You download and use
>> latest Microsoft Platform SDK, which contains the advapi32.lib and include
>> files for you to link and use RegGetValue(). Now, you try to run this
>> DLL on XP Pro 32bit, which has an older version of advapi32.dll that as
>> documented, does not support RegGetValue(). The end result is error 127
>> your ISAPI DLL will be looking for advapi32.dll to provide the
>> that it needs... which does not exist on XP Pro 32bit."
>> Was that DLL compiled and/or coded for, say, 2008 Server?-)
>> I'll see what I can do to investigate further, but this is starting to
>> go over my head, so all help is once again appreciated; thanks! :)
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