python cgi problem with method = post

phil interstar at postmaster.co.uk
Sun Sep 21 15:09:38 CEST 2003


(hopefully) any answers?

...

interstar at postmaster.co.uk (phil) wrote in message news:<d7825a3e.0309191202.dc02042 at posting.google.com>...
> This is a quick plea on something that has me stumped.
> 
> I have a python script importing "cgi"
> 
> I developed my script on a local machine using method = get for
> uploading form data.
> 
> My code worked locally and on the hosting service I'm using.
> 
> I changed to using method = post
> 
> On my local machine this change works transparently.
> 
> On my hosting service's machine, all the values that the form returns
> to the script are now empty.
> 
> So, I don't expect anyone to be able to answer this ... but what
> *kind* of thing should I be looking for? Is it to do with versions of
> python (2.1.3 locally, 2.2 remotely) or "cgi"? Or the webserver (I'm
> using Apache on Debian locally, I suspect my host is Apache on Red Hat
> 7.1)
> 
> Is it something I haven't thought of?
> 
> cheers
> 
> phil jones




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