Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2002 11:14:09 -0700
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: "Richard M. Smith" <rmsmith@POBOX.COM>
Organization: Post Office Box, Inc.
Subject: Re: SAS/Intrnet--broker refuses to function!
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On Mon, 29 Apr 2002 08:50:12 -0700, Richard M. Smith <email@example.com>
>I'm trying to move our SAS/Intrnet software to another server.
>--NT4/SP6A (all security enhancements added).
>--IIS4 (it's running FrontPage/ASP stuff already).
>I cannot get the "broker.exe" to execute. I've tried
>un-installing/re-installing too--nothing! I have the port and IP numbers
>correctly entered in the CFG file, and the Intrnet service is properly
>configured too! I have it running on another server that is supposed to be
>removed from service once the new server is on-line. All the FrontPage/ASP
>stuff is running fine--a simple import (30-minutes total). However, I just
>wasted-away all weekend with this SAS broker problem.
>At a command shell: "d:\inetpub\scripts>broker.exe >d:\temp\broker.log"
>This returns HTML code to the logfile saying that no service has been
>defined yet (that's because I didn't start it). But, it does execute!
>However, when I open the browser address line and input:
>http://neptune/scripts/broker.exe? nothing works. It does on the old server,
>so I know I'm close! I've also put a dummy "test.htm" in the scripts
>directory, and it responds to the browser!
>I've installed lots of software, and I've followed the directions closely
>with the exception that everything is installed to the "d" drive, as is the
>case on our old server. I've been to the SAS support site, but queries
>return nothing useful. Are there any "white-papers" that might address
>problems that can be address through registry editing? Maybe someone who has
>been through this? Thanks!
Sorry! The new box will have the same software:
--NT4/SP6A (all security enhancements added).
--IIS4 (it's running FrontPage/ASP stuff already).
--SAS/Intrnet v8.1 (w/hotfix patch applied).
Richard M. Smith, Civil Engineer
U.S. Bureau of Reclamation
PO Box 815/32 C Street NW
Ephrata, Washington 98823
(509) 754-0200 main
(509) 754-0259 desk