Re: [nv-l] FW: Jetty behavior
I implemented all that in an Apache server, running on the same box as
Netview but on an other port than jetty. Event if it's a different http
server, I am able to open the pages from the menus of the netview console.
If you manage to do it in jetty, I would be interested to know ....
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[nv-l] FW: Jetty behavior
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I'm puttering with HTML and CGI and things with Jetty just don't work as
"advertised" in the books on HTML and CGI. Jetty supports HTML beautifully
until I try to execute a server-side shell script to store data from a
form . I get a popup on my desktop web browser asking for permission to
execute the shell script locally or download it.
I'm trying to gather some information from the network operations desk and
make it available for query in real time. Currently they post the data to
a log at the end of the shift. The form fill-in works nicely but I have to
figure out how to store the data at the server end.
Can someone confirm Jetty does not support CGI in the normal fashion?
Any suggestions on alternatives for server-side execution in the Jetty
environment? Do I have to implement this in XML as a Jetty Servlet?
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