Applications and Internet Information Services

A Web application could be a script within a single ASP page, a Java applet, or a custom application encompassing hundreds of Web pages. A given Web site can contain more than one Web application. Multiple Web applications are distinguished by the application's starting-point directory, or root directory, within the Web site. All the content within this directory and the directories below it are considered to be part of the Web application until another application starting point is encountered.

Server Development Technologies

Internet Information Services support multiple types of Web applications, including ASP, ISAPI, CGI, IDC, and SSI. Historically, the most common types of applications were ...

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