Re: Question About Forms...

Lambert (paumic@ids.net)
Thu, 14 Sep 1995 22:35:21 -0400


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Date: Thu, 14 Sep 1995 22:35:21 -0400
To: www-html@w3.org
From: paumic@ids.net (Lambert)
Subject: Re: Question About Forms...

>Hi:
>
>        How Can I  Submit a Form  without  User  Action  (pushing  the  Submit
>PushButton)?
>
>        Is Possible do it ussing CCI (Common Client Interface)?  If Yes, How I
>can do it?
>
>--
>Carlos Rui Gouveia Carvalhal
>Eng. Electronica e Telecomunicacoes
>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>Departamento de Electronica e Telecomunicacoes
>Universidade de Aveiro
>Campus Universitario de Santiago
>3810 AVEIRO                                       Phone: +351 34 370200 x 3025
>PORTUGAL                                          ELMail: et306@ua.pt

If you nave a NCSA server, then you can use exec statements. Usually the
file must end with .shtml for server-parsed html. In the file, you would
put <!--#exec cmd="/cgi-bin/script.cgi"-->. The server would read the html
file,  run the script, and the output(if any) of the script would be placed
there.

Mike