Applet HTML question
I'd want to have all the HTTP GETs from a browser loading an html page containing an applet go thru a cgi script both for the HTML and the java classes.
How do I code that?
This HTML will send the browser to the cgi for the HTML:
This is the HTTP GET created by the above:
GET /cgi-bin/GetAFile.pl?Testing\AppletLoader.html HTTP/1.1
Now I'd like the browser to issue this GET:
GET /cgi-bin/GetAFile.pl?Testing/AppletLoader.class HTTP/1.1
How do I code the HTML to cause the browser to issue this GET?
My attempts at using the code= and codebase= have failed:
//This one failed html=codebase="GetAFile.pl%3f"
GET /cgi-bin/GetAFile.pl%3f/AppletLoader.class HTTP/1.1 <<< Close?
//This one failed html=codebase="GetAFile.pl?" how to send a ?
Browser does two gets:
First: GET /cgi-bin/AppletLoader.class HTTP/1.1
Second: GET /cgi-bin/AppletLoader/class.class HTTP/1.1
//Failed html=<APPLET CODE="cgi-bin/GetAFile.pl?AppletLoader.class"
GET /cgi-bin/cgi-bin/GetAFile/pl?AppletLoader.class HTTP/1.1
Note: .pl changed to /pl???
// Failed html=codebase="GetAFile.pl?"
GET /cgi-bin/AppletLoader.class HTTP/1.1
//Almost?? html=codebase="GetAFile.pl%3FTesting/" <<< should %3f Be decoded by server??
GET /cgi-bin/GetAFile.pl%3FTesting/AppletLoader.class HTTP/1.1
I may be barking up the wrong tree here,....
...but what you want to do is have a perl script that reads the html page
specified and returns it to the client... right ?
After the question mark following the script spec I see no name/value pairs,
just a value, should not this be like:
<script path>?name1=value1&name2=value2 (etc.) ?
I'm not sure that there is that requirement in the query string (what follows the ?), but I'll give it a try.
The key=value pairs are generated by a <Form.
The handshake between the URL and the cgi is up to the programmer.
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