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I was not sure where to post this, but this is my best guess.I want to know what kind of server uses this kind of URL format:

Is this a IIS server? Is this using a ASP-like language to program? I may be working for a client that has their current website set up this way. I want to know if I will have any trouble with this coming from a PHP background.

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An NSF file is a Lotus database:http://www.fileinfo.com/extension/nsfIt sounds like the web server has some sort of extension that allows it to send requests directly to the database, or there might be URL-rewriting going on that sends that request to a different script for processing.

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Thanks for the info. I did some research and found that their programming language strongly resembles VB. Do you think it will be easy enough to switch to a different server-side scripting language? Since PHP is free, I'm thinking it's more cost effective for the company to switch. Since it seems that NSF itself costs more to have. I know that the company does use lotus notes and have their own servers. I'm mostly worried if I switch languages I could potentially affect their servers and indirectly affect their server's compatibility with lotus notes.

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I'm not sure what your project is, but ideally you wouldn't need to change their existing environment, they have things set up the way they do for a reason. It would potentially cost them money in terms of downtime and maintenance to switch languages, where keeping what they have doesn't cost anything.

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