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WebServer Compare Descriptions: Has Direct (Non-CGI) Link to a DBMS


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The server has a direct link to a DBMS package that does not require a CGI script to use. Such servers usually create an active link to the DBMS when they start up and keep the link open the entire time they run. The server has a direct link to a DBMS package that does not require a CGI script to use. Such servers usually create an active link to the DBMS when they start up and keep the link open the entire time they run. Thus, DBMS requests through such a server are inherently faster than through a CGI that must start up the DBMS link each time it is run.

This article was originally published on Sep 15, 2000
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