Home Accessibility Courses Twitter The Mouth Facebook Resources Site Map About Us Contact
 
Python, Lua and Tcl - public course schedule [here]
Private courses on your site - see [here]
Please ask about maintenance training for Perl, PHP, Java, C, C++, Ruby, MySQL and Linux / Tomcat systems

Phone System reconfiguration 11.1.2018 and 12.1.2018 - we are on email but incoming phone not available all the time
 

Well House Consultants
You are on the site of Well House Consultants who provide Open Source Training Courses and business hotel accommodation. You are welcome to browse and use our resources subject to our copyright statement and to add in links from your pages to ours.
Other subject areas - resources
Java Resources
Well House Manor Resources
Perl Resources
Python Resources
PHP Resources
Object Orientation and General topics
MySQL Resources
Linux / LAMP / Tomcat Resources
Well House Consultants Resources
Extras Resources
C and C++ Resources
Ruby Resources
Tcl/Tk Resources
Web and Intranet Resources
Perl module P406
More CGI Programs and Facilities
Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module P406. This topic is presented on public course Using Perl on the Web

The extra facilities of CGI, things that you'll need from time to time but probably won't use on a daily basis. Learn how to upload and download files, how to email from the server, how to recognise which browser your client is using, and how to return a page that automatically moves on to a second response page a few seconds later.

Related technical and longer articles
Making all your .html files run a Perl script

Articles and tips on this subjectupdated
2321Uploading and Downloading files - changing names (Perl and PHP)
When you are uploading a file to a server via http (in Perl or PHP), where is the file saved, and what is it called? And when you download a file, where is it saved on your local disc, and what name is it given? These are not unusual questions, but it can be hard to find the answer, as I was reminded ...
2009-08-04
 
1187Updating a page strictly every minute (PHP, Perl)
For the Clock exercise that I mentioned in my last entry, I need to update the page once a minute. Exactly once a minute. At the start of the minute. I'm using client pull, where the browser asks for the next page - so my basic request is: <meta http-equiv="refresh" content="60; url=/clock/now.php"> but ...
2007-05-14
 
1009Passing GET parameters through Apache mod_rewrite
If you're using Apache mod_rewrite to redirect a series of URLs to a single script, did you know that you can pass values entered onto a form via the GET method through as well? Simply add on %{QUERY_STRING} onto the end of your new URL. You'll need to add a ? into the target URL to ensure that the ...
2006-12-27
 
641Simple but rugged form handling demo
There are some weeks (OK - MOST weeks!) where I have great fun during training course writing examples in front of the class that help with their application of the subject being taught. And this is one of those weeks. It's an added pleasure where the demonstrations are web based, because I can then ...
2006-06-05
 
Examples from our training material
down.pl   Download a file off the server
mailer.pl   Emailing and working out the browser type
nph-clock.pl   Multipart and updating CGI document
up.cgi   CGI script to receive uploaded file
up.html   Form for uploading a file
upfile.html   Uploading a file (live demo)
upsend.cgi   CGI script to receive and display uploaded file
useredit.pl   Edit a file all on one page!
utils.pm   Utilities for CGI
winmailer.pl   emailing from Perl on a Windows box
Background information
Some modules are available for download as a sample of our material or under an Open Training Notes License for free download from [here].
Topics covered in this module
Automatic emailing; recognising the browser.
Uploading and downloading files.
Multi part documents.
Server Push.
Client pull.
Server Side Includes.
Server Side Include Syntax.
Include commands.
Executable content in CGI.
Complete learning
If you are looking for a complete course and not just a information on a single subject, visit our Listing and schedule page.

Well House Consultants specialise in training courses in Ruby, Lua, Python, Perl, PHP, and MySQL. We run Private Courses throughout the UK (and beyond for longer courses), and Public Courses at our training centre in Melksham, Wiltshire, England. It's surprisingly cost effective to come on our public courses - even if you live in a different country or continent to us.

We have a technical library of over 700 books on the subjects on which we teach. These books are available for reference at our training centre.


You can Add a comment or ranking to this page

© WELL HOUSE CONSULTANTS LTD., 2018: Well House Manor • 48 Spa Road • Melksham, Wiltshire • United Kingdom • SN12 7NY
PH: 01144 1225 708225 • FAX: 01144 1225 793803 • EMAIL: info@wellho.net • WEB: http://www.wellho.net • SKYPE: wellho

PAGE: http://www.wellho.net/resources/P406.html • PAGE BUILT: Mon Feb 8 18:55:24 2016 • BUILD SYSTEM: WomanWithCat