You might want to try this if you have money to spend:
if you are going to offer ASP hosting commercially you may as well get
that. But no harm in trying mod_asp, I am not sure of the extent of its
support. There is also mod_mono to think about. I suggest trialing all 3
On Wed, 2004-04-07 at 12:30, Antonin Karasek wrote:
> is there anybody experienced with mod_asp? I want to offer ASP to my
> customers, but I'm not running win :o) How much functions does mod_asp
> implement and how much is it reliable?
> Is it a good idea to install this module and tell customers, that they
> can use ASP the same way as it is a Misrosoft's implementation on
> Windows machine?
> I'm running a self-compiled Apache 2.0 - with MPM Prefork. But I
> think, It's not important.
> Many thanks.
Fred Clausen - Professional Services Engineer
Skylines Business Village
Tel: +44 (0)207 538 8230 - Fax: +44 (0)207 538 8246
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- From: Antonin Karasek <firstname.lastname@example.org>