Open Client Client-Library (CS_VERSION_110) Multithreaded Programming
I am going to develog a Multithreaded Programming on a "HP-UX m3vmsa3
B.11.00 U 9000/800 178951547 unlimited-user license" operating system.
Sybase provides a "sybopts.sh" helper script for UNIX makefiles. For
HPUX it provides two tags: hp800 and dce_hp800.
In "Open Client/Server Programmer's Supplement for UNIX" says that
Client-Library version 11.1 includes a new set of libraries that
provide access to Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) services
that provides "Multithreaded programming support", so I guess that I
must use ...Http Client Library
I am looking for a good HttpClient library in c++ that can provide
me high level api for making http requests and read the response. I
did not find anything *promising* on googling. Do someone has some
experience in using any of the libraries? Does anyone has some
On Jul 11, 12:22 pm, Prathap <prathapnir...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am looking for a good HttpClient library in c++ that can provide
> me high level api for making http requests and read the response. I
> did not find anything *promising* on googling. Do some...HTTP client program
i have written a HTTP client to connect to my local host and retrive a
static webpage on my machine. i have got rid of the syntax errors, but
am not able to debug the program. if neone can plz help me out wid
#define SERV_PORT 80
#define SERV_ADDR "127.0.0.1"
int readn(int fd,char* msg,int maxlen)
if((rc=read(fd,&c,1...server-side http libraries?
I'm looking for a library that can handle server-side http aspects
(parsing headers, doing keepalive, basic auth, etc) without relying
too heavily on some underlying event engine -- I want to integrate it
into an existing event framework in c/c++.
Any suggestions? (searching on "http library c" is an exercise in
futility). There must be some best-of-breed leader in this category,
no? Or is this something I should just roll myself?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>I'm...Client side web programming
Well the trouble is that my orkut scrapbook is flooded. So I reckoned
that I'd write some sort of a script to delete the 14800 or so scraps.
Now the big problem is that I don't really have too much knowledge
about web programming. I have a rough idea about HTTP, HTTPS, cookies
etc. but I don't really know the specifics.
Question 1: Orkut seems to use a cookie to keep track of who I am. How
long will this cookie be valid? Supposing I login using Mozilla and
then get hold of this cookie, then use my Python script and send the
same cookie whilst send a "POST" request t...Client-side java programming
I need to create a client-side/server-side application in Java that
will be able to receive and send data over the Internet.
In short, on the client-side the user inputs data (from a GUI) which is
locally encrypted using a public key and then send it to the server.
The client-side will also decrypt and display encrypted data sent from
the server. The use of standard secure protocols such as SSL/TLS is out
I know it won't be possible to integrate that into a simple web page
since I have to perform client-side operations demanding more that what
I am interested in making a search engine which takes web sites
iteratively, and downloads the web page or has to perform some search
across the web pages.
I am unsucessful to do so. My machine works through a proxy server and the
internet connection is through 24 hour lease line. when ever i try the
code it gives :
Traceback (innermost last):
File "http-getfile-urllib2.py", line 19, in ?
File "/usr/lib/python1.5/urllib.py", line 66, in urlretrieve
return _urlopener.retrieve(url, filename, reporthook)
File "/usr/...HTTP client code or library
Does anyone know of any HTTP client written in COBOL (i.e., as a
copybook, providing procedures one can call)? Alternatively, does
anyone have knowledge about an external library offering HTTP functions
which is available or common to the S/390 platform?
That is, is there something similar to making EZASOKET calls from within
a COBOL procedure that will give me basic GETs or POSTs, as well as
simple HTTP authentication?
...Any recommendation for http client library?
I needed to do HTTP GET and POST requests, mostly to upload files
(images). I tried Drakma and though it works well for GET requests,
for POST requests it choked somewhere trying to deliver the file.
Did anyone try to upload files using this or any other libs? Could you
share the code? Any other library?
I couldn't find a better alternative on cliki and as a Lisp newbie
it's hard to decide whether I should go ahead and debug the Drakma
library or look for some other lib. I use CMUCL on Debian.
Any recommendations are welcome!
On Feb 14, 5:39 am, "Trastabuga" <lis...