sameeh.sohbi at gmail.com
Tue Sep 6 03:10:42 EDT 2005
Thank you again,,,
All the internal functions do is take some text from a text file process it
and output the result on another text file.
Excuse my ignorance, but is it safe to put all the code in the CGI file?
On 9/5/05, Ken Ray <kray at sonsothunder.com> wrote:
> On 9/5/05 5:09 AM, "sameeh sohbi" <sameeh.sohbi at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanx Ken,
> > I am sorry for not making my question clear. What my CGI code does is
> > invoking a command in a revolution stack which in turn must call some
> > functions (Internally) do some processing and return some result. I can
> > confirm that the function has been invoked by the CGI script
> > but the second step is not happening i.e. the internal functions calls
> > processing is not happening. I hope that this is clear enough Thank you
> > again.
> Thanks Sameeh... a few questions:
> 1) Are any of the "internal functions" that it calls do anything with user
> interface elements (like get data from fields, relocate buttons, display a
> dialog on an error, etc)?
> 2) Can you put the functions in the CGI script instead so you don't need
> call on them from a separate stack?
> Ken Ray
> Sons of Thunder Software
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