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Putting PowerStore 4.5 in the root with an existing site in ASP

Thread began 1/05/2012 9:19 pm by admin140217 | Last modified 1/06/2012 3:38 pm by admin140217 | 632 views | 2 replies

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Putting PowerStore 4.5 in the root with an existing site in ASP

Hi All,

I have a current website that was made in ASP several years ago and will be putting those products into PowerStore 4.5. Currently the ASP site is in root and I upgraded the server to IIS7 and everything tests out okay on the PHP front for use.

My question is, can I put the PowerStore files into the root while the ASP files are there and get the store built with products or should I make a new directory for the store and put the files there?

I have been reading some of the posts about moving the store once it has been created and that does not seem to be the best thing to do.

Thanks

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