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NAME ^

FCGI::IIS - FCGI wrapper for MS IIS FastCGI

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SYNOPSIS

  perl -MFCGI::IIS=test
  perl -MFCGI::IIS=carp
  perl -MFCGI::IIS=eval
  perl -MFCGI::IIS=evalhead
  perl -MFCGI::IIS=do

ABSTRACT ^

  This module provides easy access to Microsoft's FastCGI implementation for IIS 5.1, 6 & 7. 
  Allowing you to easily run your perl scripts as FastCGI. Module usage is described below. 
  If you would details of how to implement this with your IIS visit 
  http://www.cosmicscripts.com/servers/fastcgi.html#iis
  ActivePerl ppm is available from:-
  http://www.cosmicscripts.com/modules
  from a windows command prompt type:-
  "ppm install http://www.cosmicscripts.com/modules/perl/FCGI-IIS.ppd"

DESCRIPTION ^

The module has 5 different modes it can be run in.

perl -MFCGI::IIS=test

This is a simple test routine, that displays a counter that increments by 1 each time the script is called as a FastCGI.

perl -MFCGI::IIS=carp

In this mode, CGI::Carp qw(fatalsToBrowser) is invoked before running the do method.

perl -MFCGI::IIS=eval

With this mode eval is used instead of the do operator. Slower run time, but allows you to trap errors.

perl -MFCGI::IIS=evalhead

With this mode eval is used instead of the do operator, also the content-type text/html header is returned first. Allowing you to trap wrong header errors.

perl -MFCGI::IIS=do

This is the default mode, and will be called if no arguments are given, i.e. perl -MFCGI::IIS. The calling script is loaded into the FastCGI using the do operator.

SEE ALSO ^

FCGI http://www.cosmicscripts.com/servers/fastcgi.html#iis

AUTHOR ^

Lyle Hopkins, leader of bristol.pm and bath.pm

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

Copyright (C) 2007 by Lyle Hopkins

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.

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