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From Salvatore Cozzolongo <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Execution of a cgi on a cluster...(corrected)
Date Wed, 25 Oct 2006 09:13:51 GMT
> I think there is basic misunderstanding here about CGI really is.  A
> CGI script is essentially an arbitrary program, so it can do whatever
> you want.  (Of course, you need a few basic things like an HTTP
> response header.  See:
> )
> So for example, your CGI script could be
> #!/bin/sh
> echo Content-Type: text/plain
> echo
> mpirun mapserver

I thought this type of script,too.
But this script doesn't function because the problem is how to give the query
string to mapserver..for example:


Excuse me for the correction and the past quoting...
Salvatore Cozzolongo

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