revlet and path

BNig niggemann at uni-wh.de
Thu Aug 6 16:46:40 EDT 2009


Hi Yves,

there is a thread that discusses passing values between the HTML of the page
and the revlet:

http://www.nabble.com/-weblet--How-can-a-webLet-communicate-with-the-hosting-html-page--td24339664.html#a24347654

and there is a stack on RevOnline (the new one) TestParamsOk by Robert
Maniquant that says it demoes this.

regards

Bernd


Yves COPPE wrote:
> 
> 
> Le 06-août-09 à 21:43, Devin Asay a écrit :
> 
>>
>> On Aug 6, 2009, at 12:37 PM, Yves COPPE wrote:
>>>
>>> Thank for the explanation, but I cannot do what you say
>>>
>>> can you explain me an "How to" for passing a parameter from the  
>>> loaded
>>> web pae to the revlet ???
>>>
>>> What you are saying is very importan because it's a questino that  
>>> oftn
>>> comes : how to start using a stack in an handler of a revlet !!!
>>
>> Sorry, Yves. I don't know how to pass parameters to a revlet from a  
>> web page; I only know that someone recently posted to this list how  
>> to do it. You should be able to find it by searching the list  
>> archives, or maybe someone will respost this information. Anyone  
>> have it?
>>
>> Devin
>>
> 
> 
> Hi Devin
> 
> Thank you for your quick answer
> I cross my fingers someone can explain me the way !!!
> 
> If it is through a CGI script, it's an half solution because not every  
> webHoster support CGI
> 
> Meanwhile, thank you very much. We approach an answer to the problem
> 
> I will make a search in the archive to find an idea of answer on my  
> question "How to" !!
> 
> Greetings.
> 
> Yves COPPE
> yvescoppe at skynet.be
> 
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