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From "Jeff White" <jlw...@earthlink.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] What is best way to interface a C++ app with Apache?
Date Mon, 20 Dec 2004 22:54:08 GMT

>> My impression is that ISAPI and FastCGI 
>> do more or less the same thing, except
>> that FastCGI only works with Apache, 
>> and ISAPI works with either IIS or Apache
>> but only under Windows.

> 
> while ISAPI ... why would you use that 
> except to run an existing application written 
> for IIS?
> 

This was just posted today too

December 20, 2004

<quote>

Snip

Over the years every once in a 
while I've tested Web Connection 
with Apache and its ISAPI extension 
support, but the support had been 
pretty flaky at best.

Snip

Part of the problem is that Apache does 
a number of things differently than IIS 
when handling requests.

Snip

I can tell you that figuring this out was 
not easy because I couldn't find any 
good information on what Apache does 
different.

Snip

So now it looks like I'll have to run separate 
header routines for IIS and Apache. Using 
straight headers for IIS and using 
ServerSupportFunction() for Apache. Maybe 
somebody has some input here.

Snip

Enough for today. Maybe somebody has some 
input on how to get things Authentication to 
work properly with ServerSupportFunction. 
It looks like 
HSE_REQ_SEND_RESPONSE_HEADER_EX 
would work, but APACHE apparently doesn't 
support that so I'm back to square one.

</quote>

ISAPI, IIS, Apache: I must be in Hell!
http://west-wind.com/weblog/posts/1200.aspx

Notice:
An alert "Apache Windows developer" 
should "jump" at the opportunity to 
contact/help this person...  :)

Jeff









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