Autodesk Infrastructure Map Server (AIMS) has several components that have prerequisites, one of which is PHP. If PHP is not installed on the server, or if PHP is out-of-date, it can cause problems, sometimes as serious as not being able to log into your site!
So if you are having problems with AIMS, it's good to know how to find out which version of PHP your server is running. This is easy to find. Here is an example of how you might do it on your server:
1. In a text editor, start a new file and enter the following:
2. Save it as phpinfo.php in:
C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Autodesk Infrastructure Web Server Extension 2013\www\mapadmin
3. Now browse to:
4. Check your php version against the System Requirements for AIMS. For AIMS 2013, you can find them in the installation media folder here:
The System Requirements for AIMS 2013 specify PHP 5.3.8. Is this the same PHP as you are running?