I agree; it's useless. Every potential customer interested in ASP wants:
2) Access or SQL Server
With Apache ASP you get none of this. For (1) you get PerlScript (?!?). For (2) you get MySQL or PostgreSQL. If you want to offer ASP, get a Windows box. Otherwise you'll just confuse customers who will signup and then find out after the fact they can't run their ASP sites.
Originally posted by Maximiliam We host thousands of clients that use Sun ASP One for Apache without any complaints. Latest version supports ASP 3.0 in full. But it does not support .net at this point of time.
What you mean, I think, is that you have sold thousands of hosting packages that include Sun ASP One as one of the facilities, which is a different matter to having thousands of people actually *using* it for serious non-trivial ASP.
ASP.NET is a totally different animal and really bears little relation to straight ASP (or PHP for that matter).
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