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Perl and Apache were offering universal Gateway Interface (CGI) entry to sites for two decades and are continuously evolving to help the ever-changing calls for of net clients. With this booklet, you'll heighten your wisdom and notice tips on how to usePerl and Apache to enhance dynamic sites.

Beginning with a transparent, step by step clarification of ways to put in Perl and Apache on either home windows and Linux servers, then you definitely movement directly to configuring every one to soundly supply CGI prone. CGI developer and writer Adam McDaniel indicates innovations for successfully constructing and keeping dynamic websites and he stocks real-world examples describing MySQL database entry, PayPal credit-card transactions, and pattern fb and Twitter interfaces.

  • Apache and Perl were supplying universal Gateway Interface (CGI) entry to web sites for greater than twenty years, and either items are always evolving to help cutting-edge consumer requisites
  • Shows the way to set up Perl and Apache on home windows and Linux servers and configure every one to soundly supply CGI providers
  • Details ideas for successfully constructing and protecting dynamic websites
  • Addresses MySQL database entry and PayPal credit-card transactions, and examines pattern fb and Twitter interfaces

With this booklet, you are going to take advantage of a wealth of suggestions and assets that you just will not locate wherever else.


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All text following a hash character to the end of the line is ignored. org The configuration file is divided into several different Configuration Section Containers, which define how and when a specific directive is applied. These containers apply directives only when a particular directory or file is read, when a particular external module is available, or when a particular host or URL is requested. A Configuration Section Container looks like an HTML statement. It begins with a configuration directive within angle brackets, and ends with the same directive name preceded by a forward slash (/).

The URL for accessing this environment should be restricted to internal testers; however, you may find it beneficial to provide regular users access, and try to gauge their opinion. From here, you decide if the change is safe to be promoted to the production environment, or demoted back to development to be fixed. Chapter 1: Introducing Perl and Apache Web Site Development Project Deployment The Production Environment The production environment is the public’s window to your project. This is where all Internet traffic goes, so obviously this has to be the most stable code available, with no known bugs or issues.

To open a Terminal window in a Red Hat system, click the Main Menu button, go to the System Tools menu (System in KDE; Accessories in Fedora), and click Terminal. Open a Terminal window on Red Hat. 2 Chapter 3: Installing Perl on Linux Install Perl for Red Hat Linux 1 3 Type sudo yum install perl and press Enter. Type your password and press Enter. Note: If sudo is not available on your system, type su -c ‘yum install perl’ instead. Then type root’s password. 4 Type Y and press Enter. 4 The Perl RPM package is downloaded and installed.

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