After you have developed and
designed a web application, and this application has been tested, a
production environment needs to be set up. Here are the additional
requirements for setting up a production environment.
You must set up a computer
that will act as a web server. This web server computer must
contain the following software:
||Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) and Microsoft
Component Services (COM+). Make sure that Active Server Pages (ASP)
is enabled as an Application Development Feature for IIS.
IIS and Component Services are
included in current Windows versions.
||The USoft Application Server installation, including Microsoft
||Register and configure the USoft Page Engine in Component
||You need a conceptual flat file (with the CON extension) for
the web application.
||Physical tables have to be created on the database server.
||Run-time authorization has to be initialized.
||The web server publication folder, and all other necessary
files have to be copied to the web server.
Client computers must use a
web browser, like Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher. This is because
colors and layout will then look best, because these aspects of a
web page are defined in cascading style sheets.