This tutorial will give you two simple examples on how to host web-applications in CompleteFTP.
From the side-bar menu, select the 'Settings' panel (Professional Edition)
OR select the 'Sites' panel (Enterprise Edition).
Enable JSS for the site by checking the 'JSS enabled' checkbox in the Site Settings HTTP/HTTPS category.
Enable JSS for the user who is the owner of the folder in which the JSS file will be placed, as follows:
Select the 'Users' panel from the side-bar menu.
Select the user whose home folder will contain the jss file, e.g. 'JoeSmith'.
Note that the owner of the /Public folder is the user called 'anonymous', which is hidden by default.
To show it check the 'Show system users/folder/sites' item in the View menu at the bottom left.
Click the 'Apply changes' button at the top right of the CompleteFTP Manager.
In this example, we create a web-app that simply displays 'Hello world' and is available publicly.
Create a text file called helloworld.jss with the following content.
Save it in C:\ProgramData\Enterprise Distributed Technologies\Complete FTP\Public.
Since 'anonymous' is the owner of /Public, JSS must be enabled for that user, as described above.