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CGI-BIN for MS IIS /FP Server in Delphi

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Does any one know how to program a cgi-bin dll for
the IIS or the FrontPage personal web server in Delphi 2.
Does anyone have an example at hand?

Regards Ian
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Hi e4monsch,

first I think you've to declare which cgi-bin dll you mean, because there are different interfaces which uses dlls.

I think, you mean ISAPI, because this is the interface for the IIS from Microsoft.

You've different possibilities to build ISAPI-DLLs.

1) Get my easy to use CGI-component, which supports STANDARD-CGI, WIN-CGI, ISAPI-CGI-DLLs and is free available with many examples via e-mail.

2) Go to Borland (http://www.borland.com) and check out the available units for Delphi 3.0 which are only interface units and work fine with Delphi 2.0. There are no examples included.

3) Go to the homepage of server seven (http://homepage.interaccess.com/~mattt/), a fully Delphi w3 server which also supports ISAPI and includes some components for building ISAPI, but notice, I'ven't tried it yet.

Hope, this information is just what you want.

Bye

Hartwig

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