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Old 09-17-2003, 03:43 PM   #1
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Can I use ASP with Apache

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Can I use active server pages with Apache and if so how do I configure it
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I may be wrong with this, but i believe that the "ASP" that Apache 2 supports, is not the same ASP that IIS supports (VBScript, JavaScript).
The "ASP" that Apache 2 supports has a perl like syntax, and i think you have to install a perl module to get it to run.
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