Re: Visual Basic CGI for Web
To: David Berger <email@example.com>, Laurence@msu.edu
Subject: Re: Visual Basic CGI for Web
From: Brian Farrar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 1995 10:45:13 +0500
From email@example.com Tue Nov 14 10: 45:20 1995
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At 10:29 AM 11/13/95 -0800, you wrote:
>At 05:37 PM 11/12/95 -0600, Laurence A. Bates wrote:
>>I would like to use Microsoft Visial Basic version 4.0 for developing CGI
>>interfaces to the Web. Is anyone doing this already and if so, which Web
>>servers are you using and which would you recommend.
>O' Reilly's WebSite is written specifically for Windows NT/95 & has a good
>interface to Visual Basic. It is also priced very reasonably.
Note that the VB CGI's launched by Website are spawned on a (16bit) WOW
thread. This means that you must compile 16 bit apps from VB 4.0 to use
with the Website 1.2 CGI interface. Here's hoping that the 32 bit VB 4.0 is
supported by Website soon!
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