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01-26-2006, 08:05 PM
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I have win xp home and WAMP 5 and i want to test some ASP pages , i installed wamp and put the site in th www folder , but it snot working .Can someone tell me whether apache can run ASP pages and how to configure it , thank you

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Why dont you just get a free host :S Or get hosting, I dont think they can enable asp on a pc...

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Yes you can, since ASP is after all for windows servers.
You just need to install the IIS server, for that check the link below:
http://www.webwizguide.com/asp/tutor..._winXP_pro.asp
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Also you cannot use Apache base package and ASP support , so only IIS for that. The only way to run Apache and ASP is with ChiliSoft ASP
Apache ASP
Hope this helpded.
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