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From "Andrew Kenna" <>
Subject RE: deploy IDC ms-access forms on Apache
Date Tue, 30 Jul 2002 03:58:02 GMT
What version of apache are you running ? do a /path/to/apache/bin/httpd -l and see if mod_proxy
is listed, if it is ignore the rest of this email
Depending on how you compiled apache you have to either re-compile apache and add a --enable-module=proxy
to your ./configure command line, or you can compile mod_proxy as an additional module and
add it in using mod_so.
I am unsure on the second method so if someone could fill in the gaps it would be greatly

-----Original Message-----
From: []
Sent: Tuesday, 30 July 2002 1:12 PM
Subject: Re: deploy IDC ms-access forms on Apache

Thanks for the link. 
1/Does my case require forward or reverse proxy? 
2/ Do I have to download mod-proxy additional module or does this only require some additional
statements in a file?



Have a look at

Why migrate? So that over the long run you don't have to maintain dual web server environments
(Apache and IIS): reduce complexity, reduce number of moving parts, improve performance etc.
Of course, if migration is a herculean effort, then the migration cost just may not be justified.
Lot of companies live with their legacy environments, while doing all their newer development
on the new chosen platform.


----- Original Message ----- 
Sent: Monday, July 29, 2002 9:04 PM
Subject: Re: deploy IDC ms-access forms on Apache

We have oracle database. I can migrate the data to Oracle. But problem is IDC forms .  Can
you please give an example of Apache as reverse proxy in front of IIS.....

If i am doing proxy  then why migrate?

- vibanu

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