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Convert Apache App to IIS App

I have a delphi application (dll) that was created for Apache. (uses ApacheApp unit)
This now needs to run on IIS.
How do I do this?
Do I have to do anything?
If not how do I deploy it? How do I call it?

I notice that there is a ISAPIApp unit, do I use this somehow?
I did not write the original app and do not have much experience in delphi web apps.
I can post code if needed.

Any help is greatly appreciated.
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RickJAuthor Commented:
Not sure how any of these links have any relevance to my questions...
Are you saying I do not have to change the source of existing dll to make it run on IIS??
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Hi RickJ
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RickJAuthor Commented:
I finally got this working.
I had to change some uses clauses to suit IIS ISAPI.
Also needed to change what the dll was "exporting"
Thanks for trying to help hiteshgupta1.
I will get this question closed.

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