[CentOS] html/form newbie: trying to upload a little data to a server
travis at snowpatch.net
Wed Nov 21 22:58:30 UTC 2007
On Tue, 2007-11-20 at 17:09 -0500, Charles E Campbell Jr wrote:
> I've been trying for several hours to upload a few bits of data (not a
> file) from an html form to a server, and none of my variants have worked
> thus far. I've done some web searching, too.
> Anyway, here's the form:
> <form method="POST" action="mmsrequest">
> UserID: <input type="text" NAME="userid">
> Date : <input type="text" NAME="date" value="mm/dd/yy">
> Time : <input type="text" NAME="time" value="hh:mm:ss">
> <input type="submit"> <input type="reset">
How about changing type to "submit"?
> I've tried mmsrequest as a script and as an executable. Full path,
> etc. In and out of cgi-bin.
> Variants tried:
> I end up with a copy of the script (well, I told the browser not to
> bother trying to display the executable), instead of having the script run.
> I either end up with a "Not Found" or "Method Not Allowed". I've
> always insured that permissions were rwxrwxrwx, just to avoid any
> permissions problem, expecting to tighten that up after I got the basic
> thing working.
> I don't particularly care if the script or executable gets the
> information from the command line separated by ampersands and whatnot,
> environment variable (QUERY_STRING, or so I understand), or from
> standard input. However, I do care that the script/program gets run and
> does get the information somehow, on the server side.
> Any suggestions?
> Thank you,
> Chip Campbell
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Travis Fraser <travis at snowpatch.net>
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