Creating a Virtual Directory for Your Application

To run and view your new application, a "virtual directory" must be created on the web server.  A virtual directory links the application URL to the physical location of the application files. Technically, the use of the term virtual directory refers to an IIS Application, which is more fully explained in . Taking that into consideration, we will use the term virtual directory in this documentation.

Applications built with Iron Speed Designer are fully compatible with Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS).  You can use Microsoft IIS to run your applications by using a URL similar to:


See Also

When to Create a Virtual Directory

How to Create a Virtual Directory for Windows 2000, XP and Windows 2003

Deploying to Webroot

Using Mapped Network Drives as Virtual Directories