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#1: IIS vs. PWS vs. Apache

Posted on 2007-09-13 18:24:01 by Michelle

Hi,

I am trying to set up an environment on my laptop where I can work with ASP,
Cold Fusion and Front Page extensions (like on IIS or PWS as server) and SQL
Server as db. I would also like to work with PHP extensions (like on Apache
server) and MySQL db. Right now, all that I have installed are the dbs SQL
Server and MySQL. I am still trying to investigate if I should attempt to
combine both server technologies. Are there any ideas if this is possible,
and how I might go about it cleanly?

Thanks much!

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#2: RE: IIS vs. PWS vs. Apache

Posted on 2007-09-13 22:46:05 by Michelle

Also, do you think that there is a way to have both server capabilities
without using any virtualization, because I have read that this is memory
intensive?

"Michelle" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am trying to set up an environment on my laptop where I can work with ASP,
> Cold Fusion and Front Page extensions (like on IIS or PWS as server) and SQL
> Server as db. I would also like to work with PHP extensions (like on Apache
> server) and MySQL db. Right now, all that I have installed are the dbs SQL
> Server and MySQL. I am still trying to investigate if I should attempt to
> combine both server technologies. Are there any ideas if this is possible,
> and how I might go about it cleanly?
>
> Thanks much!

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#3: Re: IIS vs. PWS vs. Apache

Posted on 2007-09-14 16:31:36 by Kristofer Gafvert

Hello,

IIS supports PHP (and you can install MySQL on Windows), so you can use
IIS for everything you mention if you want to.

You can also install Apache and have IIS and Apache run side-by-side. They
can however not use the same port and IP address, so you will need to
modify the default settings for one of them.

I would recommend you to use whatever is closest to the production
environment. If you will be using Apache to run the PHP code, then use
Apache (although you will probably not have any problems using IIS).

--
Regards,
Kristofer Gafvert
http://www.gafvert.info/iis/ - IIS Related Info


Michelle wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I am trying to set up an environment on my laptop where I can work with
>ASP,
>Cold Fusion and Front Page extensions (like on IIS or PWS as server) and
>SQL
>Server as db. I would also like to work with PHP extensions (like on
>Apache
>server) and MySQL db. Right now, all that I have installed are the dbs SQL
>Server and MySQL. I am still trying to investigate if I should attempt to
>combine both server technologies. Are there any ideas if this is possible,
>and how I might go about it cleanly?
>
>Thanks much!

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