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  1. Radio_Head

    Radio_Head Well-Known Member

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    Hello ,

    If I wish to offer Macromedia Coldfusion support .Do I have to install apache-asp: , is it correct ?

    It could slow down the server (apache-asp) or generate some security problem ?

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    Cold Fusion

    Cold Fusion has nothing to do with Apache-ASP... Apache::ASP is a Perl version of Active Server Pages. Cold Fusion is a custom language, which is completely unrelated to ASP and Perl.

    You must purchase Cold Fusion -- it is commercially available. Apache::ASP is free, but keep in mind that it is NOT Cold Fusion.
     
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