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I tried apache asp but it doesn't work well. Is there a better solution?

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closed as not a real question by Lucas Kauffman, Bryan, Shane Madden, MadHatter, jscott Jul 25 '12 at 14:33

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ASP is a bit out-of-date and afaik there are no alternatives. Maybe you should move to ASP.NET ( or to the common stuff like PHP,Python,Ruby,etc. (even if they are sometimes not so "feature-rich") If you are bound to the ASP stuff you could also tell us what doesn't work well with Apache::ASP :)

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Wikipedia provides details of 2 solutions. But machine translation works surprisingly well.

Is there a better solution - yes, don't write code using products with a predefined redundancy.

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