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Authors: Alan Winston
ISBN-13: 9781555582647, ISBN-10: 1555582648
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Date Published: September 2002
Edition: (Non-applicable)

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Author Biography: Alan Winston

Alan Winston is Manager of Central Computing at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory. He has been professionally involved with computing since 1980, has been a VMS system manager since 1985, and a webmaster since 1994. He was a contributing editor to Unix/World for eight years, and a columnist for Microtimes magazine for two years.

Book Synopsis

OpenVMS with Apache, OSU and WASD also discusses specific tasks, such as how to port CGI programs from other operating systems, and gives working examples in PERL, Python, and DCL. One chapter also covers database connectivity for VMS-based CGI programs.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1Why Run a Web Server on VMS?1
2VMS and the Web5
3Web Options9
4Installation Issues15
5Basic Configuration and Server Control35
6Encrypted/Secure Communications: HTTPS Protocol Support67
7Managing Access to Your Server Resources97
8Providing User Personal Web Directories151
9Multihosting and Multihoming161
10Indexing and Searching Your Site171
11Cache and Proxy183
12Managing and Understanding Your Server Logs203
13Dynamic Content: Directory Browsing and Server-Side Includes237
14Running CGI Programs281
15RDB Database Access from CGI Scripts313
16Useful Freeware CGI Scripts325
17High-Performance Scripting Options333
18User-Edited Web Pages349
19User-Developed CGI Scripts355
App. APerl363
App. BPython369
App. CPHP375
App. DApache379
App. EAnnotated Sample Configuration Files383
Index439

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