Subject Re: [IBO] IBO In a CGI
Author alexp772001
Jason and Sean,
the utility is called IsapiLoader and can be found at
By the way there is a security issue with that library (I can explain
privately if you want, with a simply trick to secure it) and so I
recommend using it on a production enviroment.
I suggest using my Isapi Unloader that simply unload the ISAPI when
request it to be done (directly attaching on IIS).
If someone want to download it simply write me a mail.

I have written my entire website (not yet public) with IBO and ISAPI
it's very very fast...and so I'm very very happy :)

P.S. sorry, my English is not so good.
Alessandro Petrelli.
eMail: alessandro@...

--- In IBObjects@y..., "Jason Wharton" <jwharton@i...> wrote:
> It is a small library written in Delphi that sits between IIS and
your ISAPI
> dll. When you have a new version of a ISAPI to deploy you place it
in your
> scripts area with a .upd extension and then this little loader will
see that
> there is a new version out there and transparently unload the
previous DLL
> and load in the new, while renaming it, etc.
> Is all you do is take the 64KB DLL and rename it to match your
existing DLL
> and rename your existing DLL with a .run extension. It then does a
proxy for
> your isapi.
> I cannot remember exactly where I picked this up. Probably off a
link from a
> newsgroup or something. Send me a private email and I'll send you
> version I have modified to more suite my personal liking.
> Regards,
> Jason Wharton
> CPS - Mesa AZ
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <sean@R...>
> To: <IBObjects@y...>
> Sent: Thursday, May 23, 2002 11:42 AM
> Subject: RE: [IBO] IBO In a CGI
> > > I use ISAPI even for development now that I found a utility
> > > that allows me to unload the DLL from the server without
> > > having to restart the web-server.
> >
> > I know It's not IBO related, but could you fill me in on how you
do that?
> >
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