Special Edition Using CGI

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This complete reference provides professional Web developers and advanced personal users with the latest information on using CGI (Common Gateway Interface) to interact with databases., Updated from the highly successful first edition, this book helps users learn to create and implement scripts and master the details of implementing CGI on various platforms and languages.

Providing background and information for World Wide Web development using CGI, this book ...

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Overview

This complete reference provides professional Web developers and advanced personal users with the latest information on using CGI (Common Gateway Interface) to interact with databases., Updated from the highly successful first edition, this book helps users learn to create and implement scripts and master the details of implementing CGI on various platforms and languages.

Providing background and information for World Wide Web development using CGI, this book clearly explains, in the text and in sample programs, the language and applications for CGI. Programmers familiar with HTML learn from rich information on using CGI to gather and process user input. It covers CGI techniques common to servers running on all platforms.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789711397
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 3/28/1997
  • Series: Special Edition Using Series
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 864
  • Product dimensions: 7.34 (w) x 9.07 (h) x 2.05 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Introducing CGI 9
2 Choosing Your CGI Tools 25
3 Designing CGI Applications 47
4 Understanding Basic CGI Elements 67
5 Using HTML and CGI As a User Interface 83
6 Examples of Simple CGI Scripts 109
7 Customizing Scripts and Configuring Web Servers 143
8 Modifying CGI Scripts 193
9 How to Handle Custom Image Maps 225
10 Using MIME with CGI 247
11 Indexing a Web Site 275
12 Using WAIS with CGI 307
13 Custom Database Query Scripts 323
14 Web Database Tools 361
15 Robots and Web Crawlers 373
16 Using Server-Side Includes 395
17 Generating HTML Documents in Real Time 429
18 Person-to-Person Interaction 445
19 Using Web-Based Video Cameras 471
20 Server-Side Java and JavaScript 499
21 Scripting Using ActiveX 509
22 Tips and Techniques for Perl 527
23 Tips and Techniques for Using WinCGI with Visual Basic 549
24 Tips and Techniques for C and C++ 583
25 Tips and Techniques for Java 601
26 Tips and Techniques for AppleScript 621
27 Using PHP/FI 651
28 Testing and Debugging CGI Scripts 673
29 Error Handling in CGI 703
30 Understanding CGI Security Issues 723
31 Expert Examples 751
App. A What's on the Web Site? 769
App. B Commonly Used MIME Media Types 771
App. C Glossary of CGI-Related Terminology 779
Index 791
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