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Webserver missing header of HTTP answer in .cgi files

Question asked by Mirko Fortunato on Feb 22, 2013
Latest reply on Feb 27, 2013 by Martin Latal

Good mornig,

I'm using MCF52255 with MQX3.8.1 developped by CW10.2. I implemented a webserver but when I try to enter in the my website, inserting a password, I will get an error on Mozilla which indicates that there isn't the header of the HTTP answer message. I passed a file called "password.cgi" which has not the header message of HTTP (the content-type is missing).

Is it possible that the libraries don't put header HTTP message if I transfer a .cgi file? To put the header of HTTP message, do I have to transfer an html file?

How can I put a dinamyc part of the HTML page using cgi and sending the header of the HTTP message?

I attached the error which I get on Mozilla browser.

I attached the file html of my home page.

 

Best Regards

Fortunato Mirko


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