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« on: July 30, 2007, 10:51:58 AM »

How will I run Active Server pages(*.asp) on my server using Apache and Win XP(home).

and admin I would like to help you code the controller. it only depends if its anything but Vbasic and C# :P because I suck at C++.

Anyway I did install Mod ASP.NET because I am running server applications. yet I need to enable Active Server pages within apache. How will I do that? im trying to run microsofts ASP Forum. yet I need help with this first. I did add Index.asp Default.asp Index.aspx and Default.aspx to the search list of what apache searches for when loading the website. I want to use the Active server pages because 99% of my webpages are dynamic. Linking into MySQL and MSSQL at the same time. and I know Active Server Pages and ASP.NET pages are mainly javascript. so will anyone help meh?

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« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2007, 02:15:46 PM »

There are two files about mod_aspdotnet under \www\Apache22\conf\Suite-extra that showed the basic example under v1.94 [those files are still under 1.95]. You should look at that as a template for what you are doing. Remember that Apache will only include these files from components.conf, which is included from httpd.conf.

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