Chili!Soft ASP Configuration
Locations where ASPs will run on your server are called "applications". An application is essentially the same as a directory, and includes any files and subdirectories within that directory.
There are several applications set up when Chili!Soft ASP is installed on your Virtual Server. These include:
As indicated above, there are three ways to define an application in Chili!Soft. Because two of these methods take information from the httpd.conf file, these methods can be turned on or off within the casp.cnfg file.
The use of
The Chili!Soft configuration file is located in the ~/usr/local/casp/asp-apache-3000/ directory of your Virtual Server, and is called casp.cnfg. This contains a number of changeable settings that control how your ASP server behaves.
The last section of the casp.cnfg file is labeled
The second configuration command above in the
The locations listed after the config_name setting are application definitions, following the format
Most of the applications listed here are sample applications. An application name is treated by the Web server as the same as an Alias listed in the httpd.conf file. In other words, to access the/application_name="path/to/application"
Global Application Settings
Any ASP page within an application can pass information directly to another ASP page within the same application. You can not pass information directly between applications. When an application starts (this is done when an ASP page within the application is accessed), you can load up various settings for that application. Additionally, you can configure session information to set up information for each client who accesses your application. These settings are written in JScript or VBScript, and are stored in a file called Global.asa, located in the application root directory.
Chili!Soft ASP and Virtual Subhosts
By default, Chili!Soft allows all Virtual Subhosts to share the same server (one ASP server run per Virtual Server). Chili!Soft ASP can be configured to limit which Virtual Subhosts may use the server. This is done by editing the Chili!Soft ASP configuration file (~/usr/local/casp/asp-apache-3456/casp.cnfg). For example:
This entry would make the Chili!Soft server available only to[virtual hosts] allow_all=no SUBHOST-DOMAIN.NAME