Article ID: 10288
INFO: Hosting the OMNI Server on Azure
Applies To: ITScriptNet Indago
The ITScriptNet Indago OMNI Server can be hosted in Windows IIS (Internet Information Server) as a web application.  There are a few special considerations when hosting the OMNI Server on Microsoft Azure, a cloud-based service.
  1. Use the System.Data.SQLite.dll that matches the architecture of your Azure instance.  By default, Azure applications are 32-bit but the default IIS OMNI Server is configured to use the 64-bit DLL.  Replace the 64-bit System.Data.SQLite.dll in the /bin folder with the 32-bit version, or change the Azure instance to 64-bit.
  2. Ensure that MultipleSiteBinding is disabled.  This is an IIS setting configured in the application's web.config.  Use the following XML:
      <serviceHostingEnvironment multipleSiteBindingsEnabled="false" />
    This setting is in the default installation starting with ITScriptNet Indago 4.0.2 and higher.
  3. March 2018: Add the following Application Setting: WEBSITE_ADD_SITENAME_BINDINGS_IN_APPHOST_CONFIG = 0.
    See Article 10298

This article last updated: 3/8/2018 2:25:24 PM
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