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4 professional authors supply a complete examine the ATL Server library designed for development high-end internet purposes and internet providers. different books on ATL don't move into intensity at the ATL Server component to the library (web providers and net applications). different books on ISAPI don't supply perception into the only library designed to make ISAPI improvement a lot more uncomplicated. this can be the single booklet written by way of the very those who created the ATL Server library.

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Typically you’ll map SRF files and DLLs to your ISAPI extension, so we focus on these two mappings. Say that the request is for an SRF file. Your ISAPI extension will open the SRF file to determine the name of the application DLL and the handler. The ISAPI extension will then check if the application DLL is in the cache. If the DLL isn’t in the cache, then the ISAPI extension will load the application DLL and cache all the entry points. Now the ISAPI extension will call into the entry point of your application DLL in order to obtain an instance of the appropriate handler.

It also includes an implementation for QueryService so that you can connect to your ISAPI service. QueryInterface(riid, ppvObject); return baseISAPI::QueryService(guidService, riid, ppvObject); } }; That’s all there is to it—you have now exposed your counter as an ISAPI service. In the next section, you’ll actually use your service from your application DLL by displaying a hit counter on your Web page. Using the ISAPI Service Start by opening up the main header file in your application DLL. It should contain the implementation of your wizard-generated “Hello World” request handler.

Srf, you’ll see the following on the Web page: This is a test: Hello World! You can see that the OnHello method simply spits the string Hello World! into the response buffer returned to the client. Notice that if you use your browser’s View Source command, no ATL Server tags are left in the data passed to the client. That’s because they’re all stripped by the stencil processor on the server side. There’s only one piece of information we still need to cover to help you understand the entire wizard-generated request handler, and that’s the ValidateAndExchange method, which we’ve overlooked until now.

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