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Associated article: Writing ActiveX ISAPI Extensions

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Published source code accompanying the article by Al Williams in which he discusses how you can use an ISAPI DL to create active web pages for Microsoft's Internet Information Server (IIS). Al mixes up C++ and Visual Basic to create an ISAPI module that lets you write ActiveX ISAPI extensions. See the subdirectory ISERVER for uncompressed source code and related files, and ISERVER.ZIP for compressed versions.

					_Writing ActiveX ISAPI Extensions_
by Al Williams


Example 1:
Public Sub VBISAPI(server as Object)
 . . .
End Sub

Example 2:
<A HREF=http://www.al-
williams.com/awc/scripts
/cbisapi.dll?hilo.dll:Guess+newgame> 
Click to begin 
</A>

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