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WebSpeed Administration : Using Active Server Pages with WebSpeed : Accessing the WebSpeed ASP Web page

Accessing the WebSpeed ASP Web page

The WebSpeed ASP Web page allows you to:
*Test the WSASP Messenger
*Customize error messages
*View documentation on the properties and methods of the WSASP messenger
*Run a sample application
To access the WebSpeed ASP Web page, you must create a virtual directory called wsasp from the Microsoft Web server console. The virtual directory must point to install-path/webspeed/wsasp and must have execute permissions.
When you go to http://host-name/wsasp, you should see the page shown in the following figure.
Figure 9. The WebSpeed ASP Web Page