1. SSI (document relative includes) in PWS . . ..
Personal Web Server from Microsoft (and IIS as well) does NOT
appear interpret 'document-relative' server side includes such as
<!--#include virtual="../all_includes/filename.txt" -->
correctly (or at least like Apache does). Perhaps this is by design, I am
Suppose, the include command is contained within a file named
"testing.shtml", which resides in a folder named "all_shtmls", this will
*appear* to work if *both* the folders (all_includes and all_shtml) are
just below the root level.
This is because PWS interprets the include statement as:
<!--#include virtual="/all_includes/filename.txt" --> (Note: the leading
.. are missing).
Now, if you move both the folders (all_includes and all_shtmls) one level
below in the subdirectory, say, to underneath a subfolder named "newsub",
this ceases to work.
PWS still interprets the include command as
<!--#include virtual="/all_includes/filename.txt" -->
<!--#include virtual="/newsub/all_includes/filename.txt" -->
Apache would have done the latter.
Anyone else familiar with this phenomenon? Any corroborations? Or am I
Thanks and best regards,
~ Jhinuk ~
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