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Re: webMathematica question

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  • Subject: [mg47352] Re: webMathematica question
  • From: Tom Compton <comptont at concentric.net>
  • Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2004 06:36:41 -0400 (EDT)
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A web server responds to a browser's request for an HTML page.  In a 
typical application, the first HTML page contains a set of HTML FORM 
parameters which accept data to be passed to the processing application. 
  The location of the processing application is defined by the action 
parameter of the FORM statement, and this can be any server, not 
necessarily the server supporting the web application.

Example:  An Apache web server runs on server1 (http://www.server1.com). 
  An HTML request is made by a browser (IE, Mozilla) to 
http://www.server1.com/index.html.  The Apache web server responds with 
the first HTML page which asks for parameter1 and parameter2.  This 
page's HTML FORM action parameter points to 
http://www.server2.com/webMathematica.jsp on a server, server2, 
physically different from server1 and perhaps located in another part of 
the world.  Server2 receives the request and the parameter values passed 
from server1 and responds with HTML or some other content.  Server2 
would be running webMathematica kernels in a servlet container such as 
Tomcat.

QuickMath.com would be an example.  The web server is in Australia and 
the webMathematica server is in the US.

Regards,


Tom Compton
www.HostSRV.com




Selwyn Hollis wrote:
> According to documentation (Q&A), "webMathematica does not have to run
> on the same physical machine as your web server." Can anyone give me
> rough idea of how that would work? I'd like to run webMathematica on my
> Mac OS X machine (behind a firewall) and have it be accessible on the
> web. Is that even possible?
> 
> 
> -----
> Selwyn Hollis
> http://www.math.armstrong.edu/faculty/hollis
> (edit reply-to to reply)
> 


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