[UPHPU] IIS and PHP
jjensen at debonairesolutions.com
Wed Dec 8 11:13:26 MST 2004
Well, the most straightforward would be ASP or FoxWeb, since they are built
in. But don't count out PHP just yet... If you can get it installed and
configured properly (that's the tough part), it runs great. I just did one
such installation, so if you're interested I could provide you with some
documentation on how to do it.
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> [mailto:uphpu-bounces at uphpu.org] On Behalf Of Timothy Humphrey
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> Subject: [UPHPU] IIS and PHP
> I may be forced to use an IIS webserver that uses FoxWeb.
> From an earlier post (August) I have heard that PHP and IIS
> to not play well together. If I must use IIS, which language
> ColdFusion? or should I learn whatever FoxWeb uses?
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