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RE: need performance info (CGI/NT)

From: Murali Krishnan <muralik@microsoft.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 1996 11:31:47 -0800
Message-Id: <c=US%a=_%p=msft%l=RED-78-MSG960126113000OC003600@red-02-imc.itg.microsoft.com>
To: "www-talk@w3.org" <www-talk@w3.org>
You can use ISAPI available with Internet Information Server for NT from 
Microsoft. 
It provides extensibility to the server, avoiding need for CGI (which is 
slow).
For more details on ISAPI (Internet Server API), look at 
http://www.microsoft.com/inetdev

  [ Part 16: "Attached Text" ]

If performance is an issue, binding C code directly into the server is a
major win over cgi.  Spyglass has a toolkit to do this for $75000.  Netscape
has a set of api's that come with any server.  Cern, of course, comes with
source code, although it's _highly_ inscrutable.  I dont know about the use
of visual basic, though.  If you can make a dll with it, it should be 
doable. 
 
> From: "Gregory J. Woodhouse" <gjw@best.com> I'm looking for information on
the performance of CGI under Windows NT.  I am interested in hearing how
different web servers compare with one another, and how different scripting
languages compare. I am especially interested, though, in the use Visual
Basic 4.0 (other versions?) I recognize that different applications can 
place
demands in different areas (e.g., string processing and database access). If
anyone can point me to general advice on performance tuning an NT server,
that will also be most welcome. 
 
--- Luke Gonze --- luke@applix.com --- 
--- Software Engineer, Applix Espresso project ---
Received on Friday, 26 January 1996 14:33:35 GMT

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