ZOO4W : Howto install ZOO Kernel on WIN32
ZOO4W is the way to use ZOO Kernel on Windows plateforms. It is based on the use of OSGeo4W, and some third-party libs. Please follow the steps bellow to install ZOO Kernel. Note that Win32 support for ZOO Kernel is still under developments and that some bugs may still appear.
Download the OSGeo4W installer on http://trac.osgeo.org/osgeo4w/, and install it with all the dependencies needed by your services (GDAL/OGR for example). The following libs must be kept in the installation process: FastCGI, libxml, Python, cURL.
Install other tools and libraries
After installing OSGeo4W on your platform you'll need more GNU tools and libraries. This package contains full dependencies required to compile on WIN32 platform and this one contains full runtime dependencies to place in your c:\OSGeo4W\bin.
Download and Install ZOO Kernel
Download the binary version of the ZOO Kernel for WIN32 then place it in hte C:\OSGeo4W\bin directory. Don't forget to place a main.cfg file in the same directory, you can use a modified copy of this file.
Deploy ZOO Services Providers
Your can use the binary version of the Ogr Services Providers available from here. Then place the two libraries with their respective .zcfg files in your local C:\OSGeo4W\bin directory.
Now you should be able to query your local ZOO Kernel.