Web Server Folders
On the Webserver, the application folder should just contain the Website folder. Since EASYProcess and EEM are not installed on this server, it won’t need any of the files needed for them to run. Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) is installed on the Web Server, so any files necessary for IIS must be saved here.
IIS will point the website to the EASYProcess Website folder in the EASYProcess folder structure to know the source of the site. The website folder contains essential image, style, and script files that are used in the site. It also contains necessary IIS files, some of which must be configured to your specific site i.e. web.config and global.asax. Anything the site needs to use will exist here; the website folder is the foundation IIS uses to build the website.
If the reference to a file is going to take place on the site, after the webpage has loaded, it is going to reference a file on the Web Server. Any time a file is available for download from the site, it comes from the Web Server and is saved in a folder on that server which a link is pointing to. When images are shown on the website, such as the site logo, this file usually exists on the web server. Fonts, icons, CSS files, script files, and already generated PDFs or images available for download are all going to exist somewhere in the Website folder on the WebServer.