This is a good question, with a fairly complex answer. It's a
So, while I haven't tested it, I believe you could install
the OSAXen in Classic, run the CGI in Classic, and talk to it
from OS-X SERVER's web server. I would _love_ to find out if
this is really true. If you try it, please let me know!
- ConferWeb is an AppleScript. The AppleScript system
exists natively under OS-X. So far, so good.
- ConferWeb depends on certain OSAXen to operate. So far as
I know, none of these is OS-X compatible yet, but
scripts can be written so that the OSAXen run in Classic,
probably at some performance cost. OK, still doable. That is,
- Communication is another issue. ConferWeb receives
apple-events from the web server. As near as I have been able
to determine (or have been told by folks who should know)...
- The Apache implementation in OS-X (not Server) does NOT
support the WebStar style AppleEvents needed. BUMMER.
- WebStar V probably does (I haven't tested). Good.
- The Apache implementation in OS-X SERVER supposedly DOES
support this form of communication. SO IT SHOULD WORK!