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Install question - new to PHP

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Hi,

I am new to PHP and just trying to eveluate if it will suit my
purposes. I have apache installed with cgi perl scripts delivering web
pages to IE browser. I want to see if I can use PHP to generate report
pages for the same tool from Sybase data. That is, cgi scripts and PHP
should co-exist delivering pages to the same browser tool.

Should I install PHP on the Solaris server in cgi more or as apache
module ? If I use the apache module option can I still have the
existing cgi perl scripts working along with it ?

Thanks
MR

Feb 13 '08 #1
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Hi,

I am new to PHP and just trying to eveluate if it will suit my
purposes. I have apache installed with cgi perl scripts delivering web
pages to IE browser. I want to see if I can use PHP to generate report
pages for the same tool from Sybase data. That is, cgi scripts and PHP
should co-exist delivering pages to the same browser tool.

Should I install PHP on the Solaris server in cgi more or as apache
module ? If I use the apache module option can I still have the
existing cgi perl scripts working along with it ?
i'd use php as a module. and yes, cgi perl script can merrily co-exist.
Feb 13 '08 #2

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