Running Classic ASP Applications on IIS 7 and IIS 8

Using Classic ASP with Microsoft Access Databases on IIS

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Robert McMurray

Note : Microsoft Access databases have been popular for many years with developers who use Active Server Pages (ASP) for small-scale applications, but Microsoft Access databases are not designed fo...

Classic ASP parent paths are disabled by default

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Robert McMurray

Classic ASP Parent Paths let developers use relative addresses that contain ".." in the paths to files or folders. For example, the following code excerpt illustrates an ASP page that maps a parent...

APPL_PHYSICAL_PATH Server Variable on Windows Vista RTM

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Robert McMurray

The original release of IIS 7.0 that shipped with Windows Vista returned a different value for the APPL_PHYSICAL_PATH server variable than that which was returned by previous or subsequent versions...

Classic ASP Applications on IIS 7.0 and IIS 7.5 Overview

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Robert McMurray

Microsoft introduced Active Server Pages (ASP) over a decade ago with the release of Internet Information Server 3.0 for Windows Server NT 4.0. This method of writing server-side scripts by using V...

Scenario: Build a Classic ASP Website on IIS

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Keith Newman and Robert McMurray

This document guides you through installing IIS and configuring a classic ASP website. Classic ASP is a server-side scripting environment that you can use to create and run dynamic web applications...