Message-Id: <email@example.com> Date: Wed, 26 Jun 1996 15:48:40 +0200 To: firstname.lastname@example.org From: Roland.Siebelink@allmansland.com (Roland Siebelink) Subject: Re: FastCGI, Netscape Commerce Server, PHP In-Reply-To: <ML-2.3.835792014.6838.rasmus@rathaus> At 08:26 26/6/96, email@example.com wrote: >For Apache, you would need to add something like the following to your >srm.conf file: > > AddType application/x-httpd-fcgi .fcgi > AppClass /usr/local/etc/httpd/fcgi-bin/php.fcgi -processes 4 > AddType application/x-httpd-fphp .fhtml > Action application/x-httpd-fphp /fcgi-bin/php.fcgi > >The AddType lines are just another way of adding something to the mime.types >file, so with Netscape you shouldn't need to worry about these. You can >simply add those lines to your mime.types file directly. The AppClass >line is handled by the fastcgi Apache module. You would need the equivalent >NSAPI module. Somebody must have written one. It seems trivial. If you >take the Apache mod_fastcgi and combine it with my NSAPI redirection >module you should have all the pieces to write yourself an NSAPI fastcgi >module. Unfortunately, I am not a programmer, so I would appreciate to hear from anyone who has done this "trivial" task and written the NSAPI redirection module. The Netscape server does offer some advantages over the Apache server for our company (even if some of these advantages are more of promotional than of real nature) so switching seems out of the question now, be it unfortunately. -- Roland Siebelink <firstname.lastname@example.org> General Production Manager, Allmansland/De Schutter Digital Media nv/sa Priemstraat 53 Rue du Poincon - B-1000 Brussels 1 - Belgium Tel +32-2-5481700 - Fax +32-2-5481717 - http://www.allmansland.com/ Now you can send free faxes in the Brussels area! Send a message to our auto-responder <email@example.com> to find out more.