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Sun[tm] ONE Active Server Pages v3.6.2

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  1. ukhost

    ukhost Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    We are considering offering ASP support to our clients, is Sun[tm] ONE Active Server Pages v3.6.2 worth purchasing or are there any alternatives?

    $495.00 seems a tad expensive per server!!

    Any thoughts, comments?

    Kind Regards,

    Neil
     
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    If thats too expensive for you we would be more then happy to host you or your clients on our server. Please let us know.

    Any thoughts, comments? Hmm, what is your question exactly? That is the price so what is your question?

    Alternative? Get a Cobalt server with Chili!Soft already installed. Then you dont have to buy the software and upgrades are free. Need a Cobalt server? If you need one contact me.
     
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  4. ukhost

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    Hi,

    What is the diffrence between the Developer Edition and the Fully-Licensed Product?

    Kind Regards,

    Neil
     
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    None technically, lots legally. :D
     
  6. ukhost

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    Hi,

    So to allow all clients to run ASP on live sites we would need the Fully-Licensed Product?

    To allow select clients to run ASP on development sites we could use the Developer Licence (sites not accessable to the world, password protected)?

    Kind Regards,

    Neil
     
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    No they both work identically, both are live to the world. The only difference is that SUN would like you to pay for it if using in production environment.

    Also support would be an issue if not using the Paid For version.
     
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    Hi David,

    Ok, thanks for the info.

    Kind Regards,

    Neil
     
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    at such a huge price, i'd say better go for a W2K Reseller plan with someone on actual Windows 2000 server with peace of mind and happy customers also else they also fiddle with this product and storm your support desk :)
     
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    Awesome

    I just installed "ASP One" from chllisoft.......... Installation was flawless, no errors, easy as pie...............loaded up an asp page and boom, there it is. Also has a great admin panel so that you can configure it to connect to MS Sql database, among others. Well worth the money.....................
     
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    You didn't have to create a module for apache 1.3.27? Did you downgrade apache? I tried installing the developer's version, and it was a big hassle, so I gave up.
     
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    Are there no restrictions in the developer version such as the number of concurrant users or sessions allowed, etc?

    Do you get the admin control panel with the developer version?
     
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    I did not have to do anything special to install it. No I did not have to create a module for apache to install it. It does offer to install Apache 2.x I chose not to upgrade, I had no idea what it would have done to the cpanel server, so I thought it better not to risk it. There does not appear to be any restrictions. Yes there is a admin panel and it is very nice and simple, it has great docs that are easy to get to from the admin panel. I will admit I was a little nervous about installing it, but all it does is adds its configuration to httpd.conf and it clearly indicates with comments, what is Sun One ASP configuration.................... It may be different for other linux versions, I use Red Hat 7.3, so you may want to read up on the installation notes for your brand of server software before you take my word for it..................... Good Luck

    PS I installed version 4.0 Sun One ASP also, I installed the 60 day trial version, I did not see a developer version.
     
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