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    Difficulties in hosting Classic asp application with IIS 7.5(64 bit OS)and Oracle 11g

    Hi

    I have a classic ASP application,which is ruuning fine in Window 2003 server(32 bit OS) with oracle 10g database.

    But I want to configure the same Classic ASP application in Windows 2008 R2 server(64 bit OS) having IIS 7.5 and Oracle 11g database.From the begining I face some problem to configure the application and now the application is running, but it need some coding changes in classic asp pages and oracle procedure (procedure having REF CURSOR as a out parameter).But I don't want to change in my classic asp pages and oracle procedure.Because it's too difficult to change coding in each and every page.



    So,I want to configure my Classic ASP application in Windows 2008 R2 server(64 bit OS) having IIS 7.5 and Oracle11g witout changing the classic source code and oracle procedure.

    Please suggest me ,

    .Is there any migration tool available for migarating the whole classic application to run in windows 2008 server R2(IIS 7.5) with Oracle 11g

    . Any type of configuration for without changing the code,run the application in windows 2008 server R2(IIS 7.5) with Oracle 11g

    I have done some few changes in Classic ASP page :

    1.Adding the following code on the top of the page

    <%@ Language=VBScript %>
    <%option explicit%>

    2.While fetching data in a recordset using oracle procedure having out parameter as a REF CURSOR

    Classic asp code format while window 2003 server: sqlinfo = "{CALL UspAllGetSystem ({resultset 0,vCursor}) }"

    Classic asp code format while window 2008 R2 server(IIS 7.5 with oracle 11g): sqlinfo = "{call MY_PACKAGE.UspAllGetSystem}"

    I want to configure my Classic ASP application in Windows 2008 R2 server(64 bit OS) having IIS 7.5 and Oracle11g witout changing the classic source code and oracle procedure.

    Please share your suggestion,waht are the possibility to resolve the above issue .

    Waiting for your sharp reply
    Rakesh

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    I think you'll have to have your Win64 server emulate 32 bit IIS as I have heard from a number of sources that Classic ASP is not compatible with 64 bit Windows.
    Andrew Wasson | www.lunadesign.org
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