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  • evdgun <gunner@xs4all.nl>
    I want to use the sites and pages I developped for IIS/ASP on apache::ASP. Is that possible? In the samples on http://www.apache- asp.org/ I only see
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 14, 2003
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      I want to use the sites and pages I developped for IIS/ASP on
      apache::ASP. Is that possible? In the samples on http://www.apache-
      asp.org/ I only see perlscripts in ASP brackets. <% %>




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    • Josh Chamas
      ... PerlScript ASP works just fine under Apache::ASP, but VBScript pages do not. Active Server Pages is a language neutral standard, but Apache::ASP only
      Message 2 of 2 , Jan 15, 2003
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        evdgun wrote:
        > I want to use the sites and pages I developped for IIS/ASP on
        > apache::ASP. Is that possible? In the samples on http://www.apache-
        > asp.org/ I only see perlscripts in ASP brackets. <% %>
        >
        >

        PerlScript ASP works just fine under Apache::ASP, but VBScript pages
        do not. Active Server Pages is a language neutral standard, but
        Apache::ASP only implements embedded perl scripting.

        VBScript ASP can be supported with other systems, please see:

        http://www.apache-asp.org/faq.html#VBScript%20or%201a79dae2


        -- Josh
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