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ActiveHTML 1.05.0008

Provide Active-Server-Pages (ASP) to Nearly Every Web Server supporting CGI.


Last Week downloads: 1
Total downloads: 784
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  • Last Updated: Sep 30, 2013
  • License: Shareware $37.37
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For ActiveHTML 1.05.0008Publisher's description


ActiveHTML is a Servers & Network software developed by seliSoft. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ActiveHTML:

Edit by Brothersoft: ActiveHTML provides Active-Server-Pages (ASP) to Nearly Every Web Server supporting CGI.

Nearly fully compatible to Microsoft ASP3.0-Standard (Differences)
Supports all Windows XP and Windows Vista editions (see Personal Web Server Is Not Included with Windows XP Home Edition)
Supports Sessions with every webserver
Automatic content GZIP content compression
Supports Third party components created for Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS)
Send SMTP mail directly from within you asp files
Very comfortable file Upload (Upload.Files.Count ...)
Execute console applications (e.g. Ping) and gives back the output of the program

Supports every Active-Scripting - Engine around (e.g. PerlScript, Python)
Supports encrypted ASP-Files
Supports Include Files and Typelibs
Supports additional IIS-Objects (e.g. CDONTS.newmail, MSWC.Browsertype, ...)
Supports different configuration for different Virtual Hosts
Process Requests in Context of an NT Account
Supports User Account Switching inside ASP-Pages = Secure access to SQL-Server or Network resources
Supports common objects like FileSystemObject or Active Data Objects (ADO)
Use free ASP applications from various internet sites
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