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   RE: Interesting @ infoworld

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  • From: Eldar Musayev <eldarm@microsoft.com>
  • To: "'THOMAS PASSIN'" <tpassin@idsonline.com>, xml-dev@xml.org
  • Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 09:09:48 -0700

Oh, mine... MS IIS+ASP or standard ISAPI filter, 
IBM Websphere or Apache+Cocoon, they all can do that.
Blank lines don't mean anything, except database retrieval
and automatic generation. It may be script, may be 
just plain CGI/plug-in/filter, well, not _plain_ CGI, of course.
Nothing special anyway, I did such things.

And yes, they are running "Server: Netscape-Enterprise/3.6 SP2",
pretty old, because otherwise it would be "iPlanet",
so it's certainly there own (InfoWorld) add-on.


 > -----Original Message-----
 > From: THOMAS PASSIN [mailto:tpassin@idsonline.com]
 > Tim Bray said -
 > > Go check out http://www.infoworld.com/ - look closely at 
 > the URLs for all
 > > the lead stories.  Anyone know what the technology is behind the
 > site? -Tim
 > Yes, tantalizing!  Don't know the technology but they are 
 > running a Netscape
 > server.  The page whose source I looked at had about 15 
 > blank lines near the
 > top, which suggests some server-side directives.  Do we have 
 >  XML Server
 > Pages now? 

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