[thelist] Getting ASP to process htm files

Koutoulas, Pete PKOUTOUL at Fayette.k12.ky.us
Wed Dec 18 15:12:01 CST 2002

Yeah, with IIS you can also control this at the directory level. Thanks all
for confirming what I thought. :-)

    [ pete ]

-----Original Message-----
From: j.d. welch [mailto:so.there at showtunepink.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2002 4:04 PM
To: thelist at lists.evolt.org
Subject: Re: [thelist] Getting ASP to process htm files

yep, i agree.  i do this myself with apache.  i don't know iis at all,
but in apache you can go even further and say that only .html files in
certain directories get the asp (or php or cgi or whatever) handler.

On Wednesday, December 18, 2002, at 03:13  PM, Feingold Josh S wrote:

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>> My second thought was to simply configure IIS to let the asp engine
> process
>> all htm files. I know how to do this, the question is, should I?
> I would take this route since it is alot simpler than your other
> option.
> The only downside is that there is excess processing from pages
> without ASP
> code which in your case does not matter since all pages have ASP and
> you
> have plenty of processing power.  It will be alot easier to switch
> back as
> well.
> Josh
> http:/www.efeingold.com

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