Internal Server Settings

 

Root folder

The root folder of the internal server. If enabled, the file being run must reside in this folder or a subfolder.

 

Associations

Shows currently associated extensions.

 

Aliases

Aliases used for internal server, column separated. For example:

/cgi-bin/=c:\webroot\cgi-bin;

Read more about Aliases.

 

Port

Port binded with internal server. Default is 80, however you should change this value if you are also testing with an external server like apache.

 

When the internal server runs a script, add this value for PERLDB_OPTS

When the internal server is enabled, and you run a script while listening for a remote debugger, the internal server can run the script adding first in it's environment the setting needed to invoke the debugger. Change this only if you know what you are doing!

 

External Server Settings

 

Get from httpd.conf file

Will import an apache style httpd.conf file.

 

Port

Port binded with external server. Default is 80.

 

Document root

The document root path of the external server. This is usually the path that contains the html documents of the site.

 

Access Log File

The access log file of the external server.

 

Error Log File

The error log file of the external server.

 

Aliases

Aliases used for external server, column separated. For example:

/cgi-bin/=c:\webroot\cgi-bin;

Read more about Aliases.

 

 

 

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