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Web Gateway Configuration Guide
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Preface : 
Chapter 1: 
1.1 Who Should Read This Document
1.2 Conventions Used in This Document
1.3 Supported Web Servers
1.4 Web Gateway Standalone Installers
1.5 Configuring the Web Server and the Web Gateway
1.6 Private Web Server and Management Portal
Chapter 2: 
2.1 What Each Component Does
2.2 Information Flow
2.3 Static Files
Chapter 3: 
3.1 Microsoft IIS All Versions
3.2 Microsoft IIS 7 or Later
3.3 Apache Servers
3.4 Nginx Servers
Chapter 4: 
4.1 Apache Servers
4.2 Nginx Web Servers
Chapter 5: 
5.1 Web Gateway Management Pages
5.2 Web Gateway and Security
5.3 CGI Environment Variables
5.4 HTTP Response Headers
5.5 Compressing the Response to Requests for CSP Forms (GZIP/ZLIB)
5.6 Implementing HTTP Authentication for Web Applications
5.7 Mirrored Configurations, Failover, and Load Balancing
5.8 Process Affinity and State-Aware Mode (Preserve Mode 1)
5.9 Web Gateway Registry in InterSystems IRIS
5.10 Using WebSockets (RFC 6455)
5.11 Option for Automated Deployment Sites (Such As Cloud)
Appendix A: 
A.1 Using the Network Service Daemon (NSD)
A.2 Alternative Options for IIS 7 or Later
A.3 Alternative Options for Windows Apache
Appendix B: 
B.1 Using the NSD on UNIX, Linux, macOS
B.2 Atypical Options for Apache for UNIX®, Linux, Mac OS
B.3 Locked-down Apache for UNIX, Linux, and macOS
B.4 Troubleshooting
Appendix C: 
C.1 Apache Process Management and Capacity Planning
C.2 State-Aware Sessions (Preserve mode 1)
Appendix D: 
Appendix E: 
E.1 IIS Application Pools and Web Gardens
E.2 Bitness — 32-bit Apps on 64-bit Servers for Windows
Appendix F: 
F.1 Configuring the Web Server and Web Gateway
F.2 Accessing CSP on Multiple InterSystems IRIS Servers
F.3 Configuring Apache Virtual Hosts

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