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Re: CGI scripts

From: Doug Marker <dmarker@zeta.org.au>
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 1996 20:14:15 +1100
Message-ID: <31F73AE7.2BE3@zeta.org.au>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
I too never managed to get any CGI script working under Jigsaw on OS/2.
I gave up trying & cheated by running a second server on port 81 that 
does allow CGI to work.

I am very keen to find out if anyone else ever gets a CGI to work under 
Jigsaw & OS/2. I know some folk have succeeded on other platforms than 
OS/2.

In my CGI calls I tried REXX scripts and 'C' executable. My problem has 
been that the call just hangs (not Jigsaw, just that call).


Cheers & good luck - Doug Marker


John Okoro wrote:
> 
> Hello everyone,
>         I have been trying to use a CGI script written in Perl to implement
> form based file upload to jigsaw.  I have tried using a CgiResource to
> wrap the script for use on the jigsaw server as outlined in a previous
> archived message.  The script is called fup.cgi (the same name was used
> for the resource), and it is called as the action for an HTML form
> (action='.../cgi_bin/fup.cgi').
>         However when I use the form to run the CGI script I receive the same
> error message (*Cgi error unable to parse script headers*) no matter
> what modifications I make to the resource.  The script does work from
> the command line.  If anyone else has encountered such an error, or has
> any ideas on where I might have gone wrong, I would appreciate any
> suggestions.
> 
> thanks,
> John Okoro.
Received on Thursday, 25 July 1996 06:15:44 GMT

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