The advantages of using ISAPI is that ISAPI extensions processes are tha same as ASP or Active Server Pages but they are much more quicker in communicating because of the compiler code. If you compare them to CGI, ISAPI processes every request through isolated threads and synchronized work items instead of building unique process for every request. This helps it make more resourceful use of systems. There are drawbacks to ISAPI also. The interface is not supported by the associated services as is the case with ASP and COM and some of the functionality need to be developed manually in order to allow it for session state maintainance. Hope this helps.
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ASP.NEt is a web technology which is used to build websites and web based applications. IIS is a web server (but not the only available server) for hosting ASP.NET web applications. ASP.NET is an ISAPI extension under the Web server. When a Web server receives a request, it examines the file-name extension of the requested file, determines which ISAPI extension should handle the request, and then passes the request to the appropriate ISAPI extension. For more inormation see related links.
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HTTP handlers are the end point objects in ASP.NET pipeline and an HTTP Handler essentially processes the request and produces the response. For example an ASP.NET Page is an HTTP Handler. HTTP Modules are objects which also participate the pipeline but they work before and after the HTTP Handler does its job, and produce additional services within the pipeline (for example associating session within a request before HTTP handler executes, and saving the session state after HTTP handler has done its job, is basically done by an HTTP module, SessionStateModule) HTTP handlers HTTP handlers are the .NET components that implement the System.Web.IHttpHandler interface. Any class that implements the IHttpHandler interface can act as a target for the incoming HTTP requests. HTTP handlers are somewhat similar to ISAPI extensions. One difference between HTTP handlers and ISAPI extensions is that HTTP handlers can be called directly by using their file name in the URL, similar to ISAPI extensions. HTTP Modules http://blbirajdar.blog.co.in HTTP modules are .NET components that implement the System.Web.IHttpModule interface. These components plug themselves into the ASP.NET request processing pipeline by registering themselves for certain events. Whenever those events occur, ASP.NET invokes the interested HTTP modules so that the modules can play with the request.
One of the Windows Server operating systems. PHP can be installed with Microsoft's IIS web server as an ISAPI filter, or you can install the WAMP server under Windows that contains the Apache web server, the PHP interpreter, and mySQL. There are others as well, such as the Xitami web server, etc., that work equally well with PHP under windows.
Native American names depend on the specific language of the named individual - a Crow will have a Crow name, a Mahican will have a Mahican name and so on. Most native names were incorrectly translated into English by people who did not fully understand the name, so many names used and widely known today are not correct translations. A few examples of Crow names: Name..............................Correct Translation....................Poor Translation Aleekcheaahoosh..............Many War achievements.............Plenty Coups Peelatchiwaaxpaash...........Medicine Raven.........................Medicine Crow Issaatxaluash....................Many Leggings..........................Two Leggings Buaashish..........................Fish Appears............................Shows a Fish Minatehash........................White Goose.............................White Swan Daxpitchee Daasitchileetash. .Bear Whose Heart is Never Good....Bad Heart Bear Daasawatash......................One Heart Axuachisshish.....................Red Shirt Biitawuash..........................Bell Rock Basuukosh...........................Goes Ahead Isapi Wisish.........................Hairy Moccasin Isapiishchoosish...................White Moccasin Top Buattaaxalushish..................Running Coyote
Knowledge Center Home > CTX104063Rate this Article:Cancel Rating12345Article Feedback Print View Languages: * Select ** 日本語 = Explaining and Changing the Citrix XML Service Port = Document ID: CTX104063 / Created On: May 7, 2004 / Updated On: Apr 16, 2008Average Rating: (60 ratings)Explaining the XML Service The Citrix XML Service was introduced with MetaFrame 1.8 Service Pack 2 and a Feature Release 1 license needed to be installed. MetaFrame XP and later incorporates the Citrix XML Service as a standard feature. When MetaFrame 1.8 Service Pack 2 or later is installed and the server rebooted, the Citrix XML Service binaries are placed on the system whether the Citrix XML Service was or was not installed. All that must be done to complete the Citrix XML Service installation is to register the XML Service itself by running the ctxxmlsscommand. Unlike MetaFrame XP or later, MetaFrame 1.8 does not allow for the sharing of port 80 with IIS. The below command-line syntax applies to all MetaFrame environments: CTXXMLSS.EXE Command Line Usage Syntax CTXXMLSS [switches] [/Rnnnn] [/Knnn] [/U] [/?] Parameters /Rnnnn - Registers the service on port number nnnn /Knnn - Keep-Alive nnn seconds (default 9). /U - Unregisters the service. /? (help) - Displays the syntax for the utility and information about the utilities options. After the Citrix XML Service is registered, a new service appears in the Services Applet and registry entries are created. Ensure this service is started. To determine which port is being used, either look in the Citrix Management Console (MetaFrame XP and later) and/or locate the following registry key (assuming IIS port sharing is not being used): WARNING: Using Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious problems that mayrequire you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problemsresulting from the incorrect use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use Registry Editor atyour own risk.For information about how to edit the registry, view the "Changing Keysand Values" Help topic in Registry Editor (Regedit.exe) or the "Add and DeleteInformation in the Registry" and "Edit Registry Data" Help topics in Regedt32.exe. Makesure you back up the registry before you edit it. If you are running Windows NT, alsoupdate your Emergency Repair Disk (ERD). HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\CtxHttpValue: "TcpPort" If the value is listed in hex, change to a decimal notation. If Microsoft IIS is installed, the administrator of the MetaFrame XP installation is given the option to install the Citrix XML Service and share a port with IIS. In fact, no separate XML Service is running. IIS serves the XML data using an ISAPI filter named Wpnbr.dll located in the \Inetpub\Scripts folder. To remove the Citrix XML Service functionality from your MetaFrame server, simply rename or delete the Wpnbr.dll file. Lastly, once the XML Service port is changed on the MetaFrame Servers, change NFuse or Web InterFace, MetaFrame Secure Access Manager, or the Program Neighborhood Client to use the new port. Unregistering the XML Service 1. Open a command Prompt window. 2. Run ctxxmlss /u (This command will unregister the Citrix XML Service and mark it for deletion). 3. Reboot the server.Registering the XML Service on a port other than sharing with IIS 1. Unregister the service using the previous instructions. 2. Open a command Prompt window. 3. Run ctxxmlss /r[Port Number] (Notice that there is no space between the switch "/r" and the port number. 4. Reboot the server or open the service control manager and manually start the Citrix XML Service.Registering the XML Service to share the port with IIS 5.0 1. Unregister the service using the previous instructions. 2. Copy the files ctxxmlss.txt, clm.dll, wpnbr.dll to the \Inetpub\Scripts folder. ***(If you are running MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0 then the clm.dllfile is no longer needed).*** 3. If you are running MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0 or Citrix Presentation Server 4.0, locate the file ctxadmin.dll and copy it to a folder called ctxadmin under \Inetpub\Scripts. 4. If you are running Citrix Presentation Server 4.0, locate the files ctxconfproxy.dll,ctxsta.dll,ctxsta.config and copy them to \Inetpub\Scripts. 5. Open the IIS Manager MMC Snap-in. 6. Expand the Default Web Site. 7. Right-click the Scripts folder and click Properties. 8. On the Virtual Directory tab make sure that the Execute Permissionsfield is set to Scripts and Executables. 9. Open a command prompt window. 10. Run the iisreset command (be aware that this command will restart all IIS-related services).Registering the XML Service to share the port with IIS 6.0 For Citrix Presentation Server 4.0 on Windows 2003, refer to CTX107683 - How to Configure the XML Service to Share with IIS. Otherwise, follow these steps: By default when installing IIS 6.0 the virtual Scripts Folder is not created. 1. Unregister the service using the previous instructions. 2. Navigate to the \Inetpub folder and create a new folder named Scripts. 3. Open the IIS Manager MMC Snap-in. 4. Right-click the Default Web Site and select New | Virtual Directory… 5. Click Next. 6. Under Alias: type the name Scripts and click Next. 7. Under Path: type Drive Letter:\Inetpub\Scripts and click Next. 8. Under Allow the following permissions:make sure that the following are selected: a. Read b. Run Scripts (such as ASP) c. Execute (such as ISAPI applications or CGI)9. Click Next and click Finish. 10. Right-click the Scripts virtual directory and go to Properties. 11. Under the Virtual Directory tab make sure that the Execute Permissions: field is set to Scripts and Executables. 12. Under the Directory Security tab, click Edit… under Authentication and Access Control and make sure that the Enable anonymous access check box is selected. 13. Now copy the files ctxxmlss.txt, clm.dll, wpnbr.dll to the newly create Scripts folder under the Inetpub folder. ***(If you are running MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0 then the clm.dll file is no longer needed).*** 14. If you are running MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0 locate the file ctxadmin.dll and copy it to a folder called ctxadmin under \Inetpub\Scripts. 15. In IIS Admin right-click Web Service Extensions, select Add a new web service extension. Type the name Citrix XML ISAPI in the Extension name field and click Add. In the Add File popup window, type in or browse to the location of the wpnbr.dll file. Then finish by selecting the Set the extension status to allowed check box. 16. For MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0, in IIS Admin right-click Web Service Extensions, select Add a new web service extension. Type the name Citrix XML Administration ISAPI in the Extension name field and click Add. In the Add File popup window, type in or browse to the location of the ctxadmin.dll file. Then finish by selecting the Set the extension status to allowed check box. 17. Run the iisreset command (be aware that this command will restart all IIS-related services). Note: The file ctxxmlss.txt is located in the Program Files\Citrix\System32 folder and the files clm.dll and wpnbr.dll are located in the %SYSTEMROOT%\System32 folder. With MetaFrame Presentation Server 3.0, all the files required are located in Program Files\Citrix\System32.
Delphi is the name of the commercial Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for RAD created by Borland (see www.borland.com). Borland sold out Delphi and other RAD tools in the year 2008 to a company called Embarcadero Technologies which is now focusing on the newer versions of Delphi and other tools. RAD stands for Rapid Application Development, meaning that common develoment tasks, such as creating user interfaces, have been made much easier. For instance, without RAD you would have to specify XY coordinates for every button and screen element, RAD allows you to drag and drop buttons onto screens using your mouse similar to a Mr. Potato Head. The programming language in Delphi was Object Pascal, which is similar to the old "Structured" Pascal created by Niklaus Wirth in 1970. Though earlier their was a distinction made between Object Pascal being used as the language of Delphi and Delphi being considered as the IDE for the object pascal language but according to the definition used in the help files in Delphi 7 versions onwards we can see that infact Borland itself rebranded Delphi itself as a language. So, Delphi now becomes a language with a dedicated IDE available for it. Delphi allows you to create Standard windows programs, ISAPI applications (web applications), Web Services, NT Services, console applications, DLL's, ActiveX controls, and COM objects. The last version of the software "Delphi" was the Delphi 8 for .NET. After this it become sold as a part of the Borland Developer Studio (or simple BDS) in the versions 2005 and 2006, with the ability to compile for other platforms. At this time, the language stops to calls itself Object Pascal, but Delphi Language instead due the Microsoft .NET Framework support. There is also a limited-but-free version of the BDS 2006 called Turbo Delphi. Its price is more attractive, but it does not have all the features that your Big Brother has: the languages that it supports aren't integrated, there are separated versions for each language and they can't be installed at the same machine (there is a protection to avoid this). There is another protection that doesn't let you to install additional "features" (Components) in the IDE, but this protection can be removed at a little charge. The newest version of Delphi as of now is Delphi XE with its launch in 2010 it provides various capabilities to the language. However, there are still certain things missing with Delphi that its competing cousins are having which are - 64 bit support for application development, mobile phone application development and cross platform development to name a few. Though Embarcadero suggests that the Delphi compiler is going to undergo a complete overhaul and restructuring in the coming up releases so people might be seeing 64 bit support in Delphi in not much time. The 64 bit version is promised to be out in the first half of 2011.