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Re: HTTP servers: How to get HTTP server names in command line



fixed

Angus,

This server instances names is just 
what I am looking for.

Zvi

--- Angus MacQueen <amacqueen@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

If I remember correctly I believe it's WRKHTTPCFG
then specify the server
instance.

Angus

On 13/11/06, Zvi Kave <zvi_kave@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Someone knows how to get HTTP server names and
configuration directories from command line ?

Regards,

Zvi






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