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Create a root folder for your application

After the application server software is installed, you must create a root folder for your web application on the computer running the web server. Make sure the folder is published by the web server—in other words, the web server can serve any file in this folder or in any of its subfolders in response to an HTTP request from a web browser. For example, on a computer running PWS or IIS, any file in the Inetpub\wwwroot folder or in any of its subfolders can be served to a web browser.

Create a root folder called wildlife_project.

Later, you will post your ColdFusion pages to this folder so that the application server can process them and deliver dynamic data to your users.

For more information, see Dreamweaver Help (Help > Using Dreamweaver > Preparing to Build Dynamic Sites > Setting Up a Web Application > Setting up an application server).

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