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IIS Deployment for REST Based API

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what are steps of deployment of a simple REST based webserice made in c# in IIS5.1 or IIS6.0?
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by:Alpesh Patel
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Just build the service.

Create Application in IIS (Virtual Directory)
Copy Web Service, DLL's in bin directory.
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Hi, Its not that easy I have tried it in IIS 5.1 and IIS 6.0

e.g download the code available at http://www.codeproject.com/KB/webservices/RestWebService.aspx

and try to configure it in IIS. It says file not found.

I spend whole day with no output.
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by:Dinesh Kumar
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You have to add the application extension  mapping using .*
this will Setup IIS to route all request to your handler.

you can also refer to http://neilkilbride.blogspot.com/2008/03/httphandler-for-all-requests-in-aspnet.html
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by:Dinesh Kumar
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it was the in fact a solution.
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