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From "Gary W. Smith" <g...@primeexalia.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Re: Re: ASP on Apache
Date Fri, 05 May 2006 16:22:56 GMT
I would concur but if this is for a class and if I was going to hand the
code to an instructor I would want to make sure that it at least works
on the instructors ASP platform.  This solution isn't ASP but rather a
similar platform for a scripting language.  

 

But then again, I'm not taking the class.

 

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From: Wagner, Aaron [mailto:aaron.wagner@bankofamerica.com] 
Sent: Friday, May 05, 2006 9:17 AM
To: users@httpd.apache.org; alkhimey@yahoo.com
Subject: RE: [users@httpd] Re: Re: ASP on Apache

 

If you feel up to it, you can also install mod_perl and use Apache::ASP

 

http://www.apache-asp.org/index.html

 

 


Thanx

Aaron N Wagner

Monitoring Systems and Network Tools

CCO-Command Center Operations

 

"SELECT * FROM life 

        ORDER BY important_stuff ASC"

 

	 

	
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	From: a nn [mailto:alkhimey@yahoo.com] 
	Sent: Friday, May 05, 2006 03:41
	To: users@httpd.apache.org
	Subject: [users@httpd] Re: Re: ASP on Apache

	Hi,

	Thank's everyone who answered me. I think that I will try
mod_adpdotnet. Is it easy to install mods? Do mod_adpdotnet support asp?
All I need is to use session, connection, request and other simple
objects. It is for a school project, so I cant use asp.NET.

	 

	Thank you

	Artem Nehamkin

		Sascha Kersken wrote:
		> Hi,
		> 
		>> You actually have to buy another piece of software to
		>> support ASP.NET under Linux with Apache. I don't
		>> remember the name of the software.
		> 
		> That's mod_adpdotnet which you don't actually have to
buy because it's 
		> free software under the terms of the Apache Software
License. See 
		> http://httpd.apache.org/cli/
		
		I think what Jonathan ment is that there is a commercial
ASP for Apache product
		out there (chili or something). Quite dated.
		
		ASP is dead. Microsoft has declared ASP dead, which
makes it rather silly to
		figure out how to use a dead Microsoft technology on a
non-Microsoft solution.
		Bury it already and move on to ASP.NET which brings with
it plenty of advantages.
		
		For Linux, one would need mod_mono for ASP.NET script.
For Windows you are
		correct, Apache can use mod_aspdotnet, which is pending
a release very shortly
		for Apache 2.0 + 2.2 (the current release and snapshot
only run on Apache 2.0).
		-----------------------
		a nn wrote:
		> Hello
		>
		> How do I enable ASP on Apache server 2.0? Is it
possible at all?
		
		Commercially, there's SUN ASP (formerly Chilisoft):
		http://www.sun.com/download/products.xml?id=420a8e72
		
		There's also mod_aspdotnet, and mod_mono, but they're
both for asp.net I
		think.
		
		Joost
		-------------------
		There's also Apache::ASP which runs under mod_perl. It's
not 100%
		compatible with "real" ASP, but should work for most
applications...
		
		Issac
		
		Joost de Heer wrote:
		> a nn wrote:
		>> Hello
		>>
		>> How do I enable ASP on Apache server 2.0? Is it
possible at all?
		> 
		> Commercially, there's SUN ASP (formerly Chilisoft):
		> http://www.sun.com/download/products.xml?id=420a8e72
		> 
		> There's also mod_aspdotnet, and mod_mono, but they're
both for asp.net I
		> think.
		> 
		> Joost
		> 

	
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