Monday, April 11, 2011

Configuring SSAS 2008 HTTP access on IIS 7.5 using PowerShell

…was way too much like hard work / blindly poking about in the dark, and there’s still a nasty hacky bit in the script where I gave up trying to make the IIS snap-in work, and just used appcmd, but it does actually work:

Configures HTTP access for SSAS on the local box

$ErrorActionPreference = 'stop'
$scriptDir = split-path $myInvocation.MyCommand.Path;
$isapiPath = "$scriptDir\msmdpump.dll"

import-module WebAdministration
cd IIS:\

# Register msmdpump as a (globally) acceptable ISAPI handler
$isapiRestrictions = Get-WebConfiguration /system.webServer/security/isapiCgiRestriction
$handler = @($isapiRestrictions.Collection | ? { $_.description -eq 'OLAP' } )
if(-not $handler){
# This way the object always appears locked?
# but should be fine according to
$null = @"
$restrictions = $isapiRestrictions.GetCollection();
$handler = $restrictions.CreateElement('add');
$handler.SetAttributeValue('path', $isapiPath);

# instead try
& "$env:windir\system32\inetsrv\appcmd.exe" set config /section:isapiCgiRestriction /+"[path='$isapiPath', description='OLAP',allowed='True']"


# Create the app pool
cd IIS:\AppPools
if(-not (Test-Path OLAP)){
$olapAppPool = New-WebAppPool OLAP
$olapAppPool = Get-Item OLAP
$olapAppPool.managedPipelineMode = 'classic'
$olapAppPool | Set-Item

# Create the website
cd IIS:\Sites
$defaultSite = @(dir)[0]
cd $defaultSite.Name

if(-not (Test-Path OLAP)){
$olapApp = New-WebApplication OLAP -physicalPath:$scriptDir
$olapApp = Get-Item OLAP
$olapLocation = '{0}/{1}' -f $defaultSite.Name,$olapApp.Name

# Setup the web application: first associate the app pool
set-itemproperty $pwd -name applicationPool -value 'OLAP'

# ...then enable anonymous access
$basicAuth = Get-WebConfiguration -Filter /system.webServer/security/authentication/anonymousAuthentication
$basicAuth.Enabled = $true
$basicAuth | Set-WebConfiguration -Filter /system.webServer/security/authentication/anonymousAuthentication -PSPath IIS:\ -Location $olapLocation

# ...and create a mapping for that handler for this web app
$mapping = Get-WebHandler OLAP
if(-not $mapping){
$mapping = New-WebHandler OLAP -ScriptProcessor:$isapiPath -Path:*.dll -Verb:* -Location:$olapLocation -PSPath:IIS:\ -Modules:IsapiModule

Wow. IIS administration is just as bizarre and arcane as it always was. Did someone say ‘where is the setup wizard’?

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