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Simple question: how to enumerate all websites in webserver or virtual dirs in website.
I use GetObject() function posted here on EE by AvonWyss which look like this:
function GetObject(const AName: string):IDispatch;
var
    M: IMoniker;
    E: Integer;
    B: IBindCtx;
    D: IDispatch;
begin
    OleCheck(CreateBindCtx(0,B));
    OleCheck(MkParseDisplayName(B,PWideChar(WideString(AName)),E,M));
    OleCheck(M.BindToObject(B,nil,IDispatch,D));
    Result:=D;
end;
what I want is when:I call
GetObject(IS://LocalHost/W3SVC')
I need to enum all websites in webservice returned by GetObject()
ziolko.
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by:Greyman
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If you're working actually on the server, you could aways use FindFirstFile and FindNextFile to look for files from the web root downward.  (Look in the WinAPI help file.)
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by:ziolko
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> Greyman but I want to get information about websites like IP port assigned, name of website or read/write site properties (Log settings, access settings, DefaultDoc, ScriptMaps, etc.) is it possible with FindFirstFile ?
ziolko
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Here I am. Well, it's not very hard. You need to use an IEnumVariant to enumerate all objects in a AD container. This works like this:

     FEnum: IEnumVariant;

     FEnum:=((IUnknown(Container) as IADsContainer)._NewEnum) as IEnumVariant;

then you can iterate through the items:

     FItem: OLEVariant;
     Result: LongBool;

     FEnum.Next(1,FItem,Cardinal(Result));

As long as result stays True, you will have a valid item in FItem. Note that after creating the enumarator you have to call Next to get the first item (or a FALSE result if there are no items).

To check what kind of object you got in the enumaration item FItem, use the FItem.Class property which holds a string with the name of the class you're dealing with in FItem.
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by:ziolko
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AvonWyss > I've just started palying with IADsBuildEnumerator but I recive EOleSysError in adsiis.dll, anyway I'll let You know on Monday if it worked (I supose it will work)
ziolko.
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by:ziolko
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As I excpected, works.
Thanks, ziolko.
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You're very welcome!
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