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Use Apache and Microsoft.NET v1.1 to Host Asp.Net Applications

Use Apache and Microsoft.NET v1.1 to host Asp.Net applications.

 

mod_aspdotnet Apache HTTP Server 2.0 Module

mod_aspdotnet is an ASP.NET host interface to Microsoft's ASP.NET engine. It is implemented with an Apache.Web.dll assembly that provides ASP.NET with the necessary System.Web.Host and System.Web.Request interfaces to converse with mod_aspdotnet and the Apache HTTP Server.

mod_aspdotnet works only with the .NET Framework version 1.1 at this time. Flexibility for 1.0 or 2.0 .NET Frameworks is being considered.

This module is not compatible other .NET CLR interfaces, such as Rotor or Mono, and therefore it is only compatible with the Win32 port of Apache 2.0.

Users on non-Win32 platforms may wish to explore the mono project's implementation of mod_mono, also for Apache HTTP Server, and compatible with some non-Win32 platforms. The mono project is not affiliated with the Apache Software Foundation.

Published Friday, April 1, 2005 12:04 AM by khurram

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# re: Use Apache and Microsoft.NET v1.1 to Host Asp.Net Applications

Friday, April 1, 2005 9:16 PM by Adnan Siddiqi
Khurram
Did you try Mono on Linux?I wonder how tightly it`s integrated with other gnome products like Mozilla,Evolution Mail Client etc?
In Windows,i can integrate my C# application with Outlook,either by using its object model and retriving data or creating plugins,same is with IIS,one of the feature i really liked and appreciate is .NET Remoting(was DCom in past) or RMI in java..i wonder whether i can achieve same thing in linux environment?

Thanks

-adnan

# re: Use Apache and Microsoft.NET v1.1 to Host Asp.Net Applications

Monday, April 4, 2005 2:29 AM by khurram
Mono supports PInvoke; so one can use that to access any third party library/service/app. We once implemented wrappers in Mono for Unix User management system API.
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