Chapter 10. MFC and the Internet Server API (ISAPI)
by David Bennett and Andrew J. Indovina
In This Chapter
In this chapter, you will look at the Internet Server (IS) Application Programming Interface (API), which you can use to create your own custom enhancements to ISAPI-compliant Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) servers, such as the one included with Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS). You look at both the C APIs that are included in ISAPI and the Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFCs) that are provided to encapsulate these functions.
ISAPI enables you to create two sorts of extensions to a Web server. The first is called an Internet ...