haze

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What exactly do you mean ? You do know that apache ASP is a completely different beast from the ASP that is run on windows, do you?
 

haze

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I believe ( not 100% correct ) that it is another language altogether.
 

haze

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You might want to look into chillisoft asp, though I think it comes with a heafty price tag.
 

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[quote:e8c0a83efa][i:e8c0a83efa]Originally posted by iminteractive[/i:e8c0a83efa]
I believe ( not 100% correct ) that it is another language altogether.[/quote:e8c0a83efa]

Correct. It also requires mod_perl to run. From http://www.apache-asp.org/:

&Apache::ASP provides an Active Server Pages port to the Apache Web Server with Perl scripting only, and enables developing of dynamic web applications with session management and embedded perl code. &

You can take a look at the syntax: http://www.apache-asp.org/syntax.html
 

casey

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[quote:36075d565a][i:36075d565a]Originally posted by taivu[/i:36075d565a]

[quote:36075d565a][i:36075d565a]Originally posted by iminteractive[/i:36075d565a]
I believe ( not 100% correct ) that it is another language altogether.[/quote:36075d565a]

Correct. It also requires mod_perl to run. From http://www.apache-asp.org/:

&Apache::ASP provides an Active Server Pages port to the Apache Web Server with Perl scripting only, and enables developing of dynamic web applications with session management and embedded perl code. &


[/quote:36075d565a]

What does that mean in English? Will it or will it not allow .asp pages to function?
 

Frenck

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I would say pic ChiliSoft ASP. The price may be high, but it works fine. You could consider to use the development version of ChiliSoft. That one is for download for free.

ApacheASP has its own syntax. No recommended for hostings selling it as ASP ;)
 

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What is the difference between the develpment version and the licensed version? I'd like to offer it to my customers and then see how much they'd be willing to pay to keep it after testing it. I can't afford the license on my own.
 
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Frenck

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There is no diference between the development version and the normal version.

Only the development version normally is for developement of your asp sites only. When you really going to use it public, a license must be bought (@ least you should ;) )

Fully-functional Developer Edition - Not an evaluation version that will time out. Use as long as you like for developing applications. When you are ready for production, deployment licenses are available here. Development licenses are used to develop, test, and debug ASP on a specified platform.
I won't tell :rolleyes: