Configuring them

#1 have been assigned the task of configuring IIS 6.0 on Windows 2003 R2 with PHP so that some data could be loaded and transfered back and forth from php.
before we go further i see oracle web site speaks of Apache server as the web server.
dont think of company recommendations. if i say Apache, they will agree. should i prefer Apache over IIS?

#2 all those who say yes to Oracle with Apache, how so i do it??? plz help, its VERY URGENT. i tried configuring php with IIS 6 and I failed in that too.

Thanks
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Pétur Ingi EgilssonSoftware Engineer -- ConsultantCommented:
Linux + Apache + MySQL + PHP , also referd to as "LAMP" is the best combination in my opinion.
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hernst42Commented:
If you want to run php witj oracle on windows use Zend Core for oracle http://www.zend.com/products/core/
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perfect_tranquilityAuthor Commented:
i will try some of it tonight
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perfect_tranquilityAuthor Commented:
THANKS,EXPERTS!!!
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