LC Server & Server Based Stack?

Rick Harrison harrison at all-auctions.com
Fri Jan 20 23:35:57 CET 2017


Hi Mike,

I was able to get your example to work fine,
so it proves that I’m touching the stack Ok,
but when I try to send a message to a 
handler script in the stack it doesn’t execute
the handler.

Example:

send “executeThis” to stack “teststack”

In the stack script of “teststack” the contents of
“executeThis”:

on executeThis

   answer "This is the script in the teststack”

end executeThis

I looked at the stack..
..and the stack did nothing.

What am I not doing properly here?

Thanks,

Rick


> On Jan 20, 2017, at 2:26 PM, Mike Bonner via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> 
> What jacque was referring to is a different animal. An executable set up as
> a cgi, that (if I recall correctly has a startup script and that after
> script completion, exits)
> The lc server itself runs in cgi mode (as apposed to as a module I believe)
> and unless you're using the earliest version (you're not) can access and
> use stacks "out of the box."
> 
> A very simple example:
> 
> My lcserver script..
> <?lc
>   start using stack "teststack.livecode"
>   put "<pre>" & the script of stack "teststack" & "</pre>"
>   randomize
> ?>
> 
> Starts using a very very simple stack.
> Shows the script of that stack.
> executes the command "randomize" that is in the stack.
> 
> You can see it work here: http://guidezone.info/stackuse.lc
> 
> You can of course also "go" to a stack.
> 
> 



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