[Mono-list] XSP (SSL Support & WIN32 Compilation) & MOD_MONO
Tue, 20 Apr 2004 11:45:59 -0400
> I am currently working on requires something like this but also requires
> that the Web-Server can handle SSL (https) requests with full
Am not sure what you mean by "full certification" ?
A server supporting client-side certificates ?
> Can XSP handle this?
XSP doesn't support SSL.
Right now Mono SSL support is limited to client side but server side support
is in development.
Making XSP SSL aware shouldn't be hard once the SSL server-side support is
> My second question is: How can I compile XSP/MOD_MONO in a Win32
You will need cygwin to compile using the Makefile.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Manuel Reyes
Sent: 20 avril 2004 10:54
Subject: [Mono-list] XSP (SSL Support & WIN32 Compilation) & MOD_MONO
As a new Mono user I am looking for additional information or a nudge in
the right direction with regards to Mono XSP and the MOD_MONO Apache
As far as I understand XSP is a light weight web-server capable of
serving ASPX pages and in some case exposing Web Services. The project
I am currently working on requires something like this but also requires
that the Web-Server can handle SSL (https) requests with full
certification. Can XSP handle this? If not my next option is to look at
using MOD_MONO in Apache HTTPD is anybody aware of any obstacles I may
encounter using this method?
My second question is: How can I compile XSP/MOD_MONO in a Win32
environment? I have tried using the make Win32 port available from
http://unxutils.sourceforge.net but running "make install" just returns:
make: Nothing to be done for `install'.
All other make commands return similar messages
That's all for now folks, thanks in advance
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