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RavenDB: Run as an IIS Application

A very detailed (and full of screenshots) tutorial on setting up RavenDB as an IIS application[1]:

We successfully installed and set up Raven DB to run in IIS.  Just navigate to http://localhost:8080 url or in IIS Manager make sure the new web site is selected and click on “Browse *:8080 (http)” link in Action section.  Rave DB page should be opened in your favorite browser.


  1. As someone that did not spend time in the MS world, it’s not very clear what running RavenDB as an IIS app means, but by reading the tutorial I got the feeling that it is setting up RavenDB as a shared managed resource.  ()

Original title and link: RavenDB: Run as an IIS Application (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://vkreynin.wordpress.com/2010/12/13/setting-up-ravendb-as-an-iis-application-by-pictures/