GoDaddy 10 step and done!

Coordinator
Feb 18, 2011 at 10:56 AM
Edited Thu at 7:27 PM
1.) Download "ActiveVFP 6.03 Zip File (IIS7 and above)" from the downloads page.

2.) Get GoDaddy account from here.

3.) Go to GoDaddy.com and Log In.

4.) From the Products menu, choose "Hosting and Servers" And then "Manage Now".

5.) Go to the "Web Hosting" section, choose your Domain, and press the "Launch" button".

6.) Under "Hosting Details" and "Tools", choose "IIS Management".

7.) Make sure it says "ASP.Net Runtime Version: 4.0/4.5". If not, choose "Modify" to change it. Make sure "Pipeline" at the top is set to "Integrated".

8.) Choose "Create". Enter a "Directory" name and check all of these: "Anonymous Access", "Directory Browsing",
"Set Application Root". Press OK. This will process for a little while.

9.) Press the browser Back button and under "Hosting Details" and "Tools", choose "File Manager".

10.) At the top of the page, choose "Upload File". Press the "Browse" button and browse to the ActiveVFP6.03.Zip file you downloaded in Step 1. Press the "Upload" button.

11.) Check on the left side of File Manager to see if the Directory you created in Step 8 exists yet. Refresh the page until you see it.

12.) In File Manager, place a check by the file ActiveVFP6.03.zip you uploaded in Step 10. Choose "Unarchive" at the top. Under "Select Destination", choose the Directory name you created in Step 8.

13.) Navigate to your new directory by clicking it in the left pane of File Manager. In your new directory's list of files , find the "Web.config" file (page 3 of files) and check it. Choose "Edit" from the list at the top. Make sure the following entry is there:
<system.web>
    <trust level="Full" />
    <httpModules>
Save the file.

14.) Go back to page 1 of the files in your new directory. Find the "Data" folder and place a check by it. Choose "Permissions" at the top. Check "Read" and "Write". Press OK. Repeat these steps for the "Temp" directory.

15.) Test by typing the following into your browser: http://www.yourdomain.com/yourdirectory/default.avfp
Oct 7, 2013 at 8:13 AM
Worked flawlessly on GoDaddy following instructions exactly as laid out.
Coordinator
Oct 7, 2013 at 3:08 PM
Claude, I think it was noted as well in the foxite forum. The list contains 15 items not 10. :)