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How can I run server-side Javascript on Apache ?

I have a number of server-side Javascript applications running on an
old Netscape Enterprise server. I want to move them to Apache. Is
there a way to do this without extensive recoding ? My code contains
a lot of Oracle and SQL Server database interaction.

I have seen hints of a Whitebeam module that will support Javascript,
but I can't find anything explicit on www.whitebeam.org.
Jul 23 '05 #1
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I have a number of server-side Javascript applications running on an
old Netscape Enterprise server. I want to move them to Apache. Is
there a way to do this without extensive recoding ? My code contains
a lot of Oracle and SQL Server database interaction.

I have seen hints of a Whitebeam module that will support Javascript,
but I can't find anything explicit on www.whitebeam.org.


AFAIK, Apache doesn't support server-side javascript.
At least it didn't when I tried it.

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Jul 23 '05 #2
Not for Publication wrote:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
You may want to get a name.
I have a number of server-side Javascript applications running on an
old Netscape Enterprise server. I want to move them to Apache. [...]
I have seen hints of a Whitebeam module that will support Javascript,
but I can't find anything explicit on www.whitebeam.org.


<http://www.whitebeam.org/install.rhtm>

or first hit in
<http://google.com/search?q=whitebeam+apache>
PointedEars
Jul 23 '05 #3

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