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From Antonin Karasek <li...@ceskyserver.cz>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] m$ asp on windows/apache
Date Tue, 13 Jul 2004 12:03:10 GMT
I'm just testing mod_mono, but I'm not able to make old apps run...

May be, you will be more lucky...

If you are succesfull, let me know.

jeffrey_n_Dyke@Keane.com wrote:
>> All hatred of ASP/M$ aside, cause i agree :) ... i  have a question about
>> the viability of running ASP through Apache on a Windows NT/2000 server.
>>
>> We inherited an application that is now used for 90+ percent of our 
>> online
>> recruiting process.  It is written in VBScript/ASP, runs some COM, all
>> throuh IIS.  As of late, the IIS process is starting to inexpicably hang,
>> and the recuruting staff can not process resumes with the ASP 
>> application,
>> b/c the webserver hangs.
>>
>> My question... Is there a good solution to run this code on the same
>> windows host, but use Apache.  I've seen Apache::ASP, and it looks 
>> like it
>> can handle what i'm asking??  Does anyone have any expierence with it and
>> could offer advice/limitations that i should know about.
>>
>> I'm not a windows person, but i have great faith in Apache, so i'm hoping
>> this may be an option.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Jeff
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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