install nopcommerce in subdirectory

1 month ago
Can someone please tell me how to install nopcommerce into subdirectory? if it helps, I use version 4.2 and use godaddy for domain and hosting service.  Thanks in advance.
1 month ago
Do you mean in the subdirectory or another website ?
1 month ago
in the subdirectory. For example i have a site (www.abc.com). I want to install nopcommerce in (www.abc.com/store).  Thank you for replying.
1 month ago
nurbusesen wrote:
in the subdirectory. For example i have a site (www.abc.com). I want to install nopcommerce in (www.abc.com/store).  Thank you for replying.


1. create your subdirectory using FTP or the hosting control panel's file manager.
2. go to IIS management(under content tab) and create a new virtual directory by clicking the "Create Button".
3. Enter your new directory name, and make sure to check the box for "set application root". Hit Ok.
4. FTP nopCommerce up to your new directory and follow the normal installation.

I try this way but it didn't work. I didn't see  "set application root" box to check. In fact, this method doesn't even open a simple index.html file.
1 month ago
Yes dont think it is possible
Just make you eCommerce website store.abc.com
Add a link to goto the Store i.e. link to store.abc.com
1 month ago
If I'm understanding correctly, if you're on Windows/IIS and have access to the server then you can save the files wherever you want and make the base URL whatever.  If you want it in url/store then you would create a virtual directory and specify the path.

In your site's basic settings:



If you're on shared hosting then it's probably not possible as previously suggested though.
1 month ago
Godaddy hosting does not support .netCore 2.2.  Nopcommerce 4.2 version wants .netCore2.2. So that's my problem, actually (godaddy). Thanks a lot again for your help.
1 month ago
Ah, can you upgrade to their Virtual Private Server plan so you can install whatever you like?  Or move to Azure?  Of course, those are going to be more expensive.
1 month ago
af1racing wrote:
Ah, can you upgrade to their Virtual Private Server plan so you can install whatever you like?  Or move to Azure?  Of course, those are going to be more expensive.



Yes now I use azure and my nopcommerce works fine :) . And yes more expensive than others.