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asp-state()															       asp-state()

NAME
XSP - Mono ASP.NET Session State Server SYNOPSIS
asp-state [options] DESCRIPTION
asp-state is an out of process ASP.NET session state server. asp-state allows you to have session data saved out of process and/or on a separate computer. To use the asp- server just modify your web.config file to use the state server: <sessionState mode="StateServer" stateConnectionString="tcpip=server:port" stateNetworkTimeout="number of seconds"/> And run asp-state AUTHORS
The asp-state server was written by Jackson Harper (jackson@ximian.com). SEE ALSO
mono(1),dbsessmgr(1),asp-state(1),mod_mono(8) System.Web, System.Web.Hosting namespaces. http://www.asp.net is Microsoft's official site for ASP.NET MORE INFORMATION
The Mono project (http://www.go-mono.com) is a collaborative effort led by Novell (http://www.novell.com) to implement an open source ver- sion of the .NET Framework. asp-state()

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mono-asp-apps(1)						   User Commands						  mono-asp-apps(1)

NAME
mono-asp-apps - utility to manage ASP.NET 2.0 applications installed from RPMs SYNOPSIS
mono-asp-apps command [options] DESCRIPTION
The 'mono-asp-apps' command is useful on systems which install applications from RPM packages and when the RPM packages have been created according to the Mono RPM packaging guidelines for ASP.NET applications. The utility allows one to initialize, enable, disable and start installed applications. Note that you do not use this utility to manage applications hosted and managed by the Apache (or other) web server, only by xsp. Note that this utility is useful only on systems where at least one application packaged according to the Mono ASP.NET 2.0 RPM packaging guidelines has been installed. COMMANDS
The commands which take an application name, require the it to be one of the registered names. See the `list` command below. init APPLICATION_NAME Initializes the application named APPLICATION_NAME, if it hasn't been done already. Initialization actions performed are applica- tion specific, but may include creating databases and populating them, creating directories, downloading files etc. enable APPLICATION_NAME Enables APPLICATION_NAME for automatic start when XSP is started as part of the system bootup process. disable APPLICATION_NAME Disables APPLICATION_NAME, so that it is not started automatically when XSP is started as part of the system bootup process. start APPLICATION_NAME [server_options] Manually starts the xsp2 process passing the configuration of APPLICATION_NAME to the xsp2 process. Applications may ship with a bundled start script which will be used instead of xsp2 if present. server_options are passed verbatim to the server process. list Lists all the applications known to the utility. AUTHORS
Marek Habersack <mhabersack@novell.com> SEE ALSO
xsp(1) MORE INFORMATION
The Mono project (http://www.go-mono.com) is a collaborative effort led by Novell (http://www.novell.com) to implement an open source ver- sion of the .NET Framework. MAILING LISTS
Mailing lists are listed at the http://www.mono-project.com/Mailing_Lists mono-asp-apps 2.6.4 31 Oct 2007 mono-asp-apps(1)
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