Dear Mr. Sato:
Thank you for writting back!
The "link" in my last mail means a TCP connection,FTOCL is a filter
command.I used DeleGate as a data process server(http) , Apache as a web
server.Using a tcp socket, a php page communicate with DeleGate and I want
to get the data processd by ftocl(filter command) in DeleGate.
But I failed.The data that returned from tcp socket hadn't been
processed. What I wanted is the data processed by ftocl(filter command).
However x1.cgi in delegate <--------------------------------->web
browser(html <form method = post ......>),the retuned info is right .(all of
the data format and data stream diagram is in the attachment)
How can i get the data processd by ftocl using a TCP connection?
2007/8/31, Yutaka Sato < email@example.com>:
> In message < firstname.lastname@example.org>
> on 08/30/07(22:54:49)
> you "luo xuebing" < email@example.com> wrote:
> |At the begging of developing, I used DeleGate as http server, and use an
> |application as ftocl to filter the http messages sent by the server. Then
> |when a PHP Page in apache web server needs http message processed by
> |I try to build a link between PHP Page and DeleGate, but I only get the
> |information sent directly from DeleGate, without being processed by
> |How can I link the DeleGate to get this information?
> I don't know what you mean by "link" and what you did exactly with
> Filtering HTTP response with an external command can be done with
> FTOCL=command or FTOCL=script.cfi as described in the manual.
> <URL: http://www.delegate.org/delegate/Manual.htm?CFIscript >
> You will find helpful information by searching the word "FTOCL" or the
> of the filter command in your logfile of DeleGate.
> 9 9 Yutaka Sato < firstname.lastname@example.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/
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