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10/4/2018 11:06 AM
 
I have an existing DNN site set up in IIS and I want to link to another ASP.NET application in a separate folder. I want to maintain the same domain URL as follows:

http://existingsite.com/otherapplication

Can anyone point me in the right direction?
 
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10/4/2018 2:12 PM
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Can you in IIS add new binding 'http://existingsite.com/otherapplication' for 'another ASP.NET application in a separate folder' ? Of course, first disable binding in previous site.
 
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10/4/2018 2:23 PM
 

Currently, the main DNN site is set up as its own site in IIS (not under Default Web Site)., with its own App Pool. I tried adding a virtual directory to the main DNN site, pointing to the other application folder. It gives a 404. I added <location path="." inheritInChildApplications="false">  around the system.web section of the DNN site web.config.

The other application is added as an application under Default Web Site in IIS, with its own App Pool. Because it is under Default Web Site IIS node, I don't get the option to set bindings.

 
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10/5/2018 11:26 AM
 
My main DNN site is set up as "dnn9.dnndev.me". I'm wondering if the "dnn9" subdomain on my local is causing an issue?

The other application is added as an application under Default Web Site in IIS, with its own App Pool.

I just created two test websites "Test1" and "Test2". I placed both of these under the "Default Web Site" node in IIS and added a virtual directory to Test1, pointing to Test 2 and it worked. So the main difference between this test scenario and my actual setup is that DNN is set up in IIS as a standalone app, not under the "Default Web Site" node in IIS.

Can someone assist with this?
 
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10/13/2018 5:12 AM
 
you would link the other application as virtual directory in your parent site.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

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