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My web application is in form of ISAPI dll. Can I run ISAPI dll on Linux web server (apache web server)?

If yes than how?
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Yes, If the server is a ISAPI compliant server and the dll is compiled on a Liunx box.  I don't think that it is going to be called a dll though.  I think it will be a *.so file.
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Tell me how do u do that on a Linux Based apache server???????
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