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From "Richard Shade" <>
Subject Re: Using Apache with Visual Interdev 6.0
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
Apache Is compatible if you install the frontpage extensions for apache

>From: "Dick and Lori Campbell" <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Using Apache with Visual Interdev 6.0
>Date: Mon, 31 Dec 2001 18:36:56 -0700
>I can't get Visual Interdev 6.0 to connect to the Apache local server.  
>When setting up a new web project, Visual Interdev asks for a server name.  
>When I use the server name setup in the conf file, or equivalent IP 
>address, or any reasonable alternatives therefor, I get the message "Unable 
>to contact web server http://<name>.
>Visual Interdev does state that the server must have Frontpage 98 server 
>extensions installed.  It also says that for debug features to work the web 
>server must be running IIS4.0.
>So is this a config glitch, or is Apache incompatible with Vis Interdev 
>Dick Campbell

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