Module for writing CGIsbuiltin cgi_userfile_save(paramname, filename);
builtin cgi_userfile_save(paramname, filename);
This function can be used to save an uploaded file to the local filesystem. The 1st parameter is the name of the upload form field and the 2nd parameter the local filename. The file will be truncated if it exists already and created if it does not. The pseudo-variable 'cgi.param.<name>' contains the name of the file. The content of the uploaded file can't be accessed directly. This function returns the number of bytes written to the harddisk or undef for an error.
This function sends the specified text to the web browser. It also creates the HTTP header when it is called the first time for an HTTP request.
This namespace holds all the CGI specific data, like query string parameters or browser type.
A hash with all query string parameters, parameter name as key and parameter value as value. This variable is read-only.
A hash with all cookies passed by the browser. Writing to this hash is only possible as long as no cgi_write() has been isued.
A hash with all config variables read from the webspl.conf files. Example given: # In webspl.conf [ myapp.webspl ] myapp.dbtype = sqlite myapp.database = /var/lib/myapp/database.bin // In the script var db = sql_connect(cgi.config.myapp.dbtype, cgi.config.myapp.database);
var cgi.content_type = "text/html";
The HTTP content-type of the document to be send back to the browser. This variable is write-only and must be set before cgi_write() is called the first time. It is automatically reset to "text/html" for each new HTTP response.
var cgi.silent_debug = 0;
When this variable has a non-zero value, the output created by debug statements is not sent to the browser. This variable is write-only. It is automatically reset to '0' for each new HTTP response.
The current session id (with the now running task) This variable is read-only.
The current session id (without task) This variable is read-only.
The task part from the session id requested by the user. This variable is read-only.
The session id as requested by the user (vm and task). This variable is read-only.
The url requested by the browser (without the query string). This is useful for building self-references. This variable is read-only.
The identification string sent by the user agent. This variable is read-only.
The IP address of the peer. This variable is read-only.
The mime type of the data sent in a POST request. This variable is read-only.
The data sent in a POST request when it is a text/<something> mime type. This variable is read-only.
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