I suppose that the question I should have asked is how
friendly, documented is the C API?
Speaking of file uploads, I was going to allow people
to upload multipart files (CVs!). I know it might
appear silly but I got scared because I didn't
understand the security implications. What are the
type of things you should consider when dealing with
uploaded files as opposed to other form data? Is there
a difference? Would there be an advantage of inserting
the files into a database (say, Oracle) as opposed to
leaving them hanging around in the filesystem?
The only thing that I am aware of is that you would
need to virus scan uploaded Microsoft Office docs
before diseminating them from our Unix server to the
Your learned opinion is appreciated.
>It helps if you start out with TCL modules that other
>written, and just port them to AOLserver (unless you
know TCL really
>well). It's reasonably easy to do, once you know TCL
& it's C api
>(AOLserver just adds to it).
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