gt.m and apache on linux redhat

gt.m and apache on linux redhat

Post by Silv » Fri, 29 Dec 2006 09:32:34


dear all,

I need help for instal a CGI gateway from Apache to GT.M, I have made
some experience, including Winfried Bantel c program, but all give bad
results.

I am using last stable version of the softwares.

thanks.

Afonso B Silva. Brazil
 
 
 

gt.m and apache on linux redhat

Post by Rob Twee » Fri, 29 Dec 2006 19:16:12

I'd recommend you look at our MGWSI gateway which has now been ported
to GT.M

Go to www.mgateway.com and ownload our EWD Virtual Appliance (which is
based around Ubuntu Linux) and you'll see it uses our MGWSI gateway to
integrate Apache with GT.M, and you'll be able to see how it's
configured (see the main portal documentation page).

If you want to install it yourself on your Redhat system :

- download the MGWSI gateway from our web site (click on the MGWSI
tab) and install as per the instructions

- Where the documentation talks about the M routines, instead just FTP
the routines _ZMGWSI*.m from the EWD Virtual Appliance (you'll find
them in /usr/local/gtm/extc) and copy them to the path you want them
to be in on your system

- follow the rest of the installation instructions. Use the EWD
Virtual Appliance as a reference build to see how the components work
and should be configured


Alternatively you could use the Virtual Appliance to provide a
pre-built Apache Web Server and properly installed instance of MGWSI.
Just install the _ZMGWSI*.m routines on your Redhat machine and
configure your Redhat systems as a new server into MGWSI on the
Virtual Appliance There are all kinds of variations on this model
you can use, using single or multiple instances of Apache/MGWSI to
provide redundancy for load balancing and fail-over. See the
information on MGWSI on our web site for more details, in particular
have a look at http://www.yqcomputer.com/
which shows how MGWSI can be used to support our eXtc Web Developer
web application environment.


Rob




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Rob Tweed
M/Gateway Developments Ltd

The Pursuit of Productivity : http://www.yqcomputer.com/

 
 
 

gt.m and apache on linux redhat

Post by Ed de Moe » Fri, 29 Dec 2006 22:20:22


It would help to know in what way the results were bad.

Did you also look at http://www.yqcomputer.com/
I've been using that approach for quite some time, and it's never
given me any problems...

Ed.

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gt.m and apache on linux redhat

Post by Silv » Sat, 30 Dec 2006 21:57:38

dear Rob and Ed,

i will try and given notice about it. Happy new year.

best regards

Afonso

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gt.m and apache on linux redhat

Post by Silv » Sat, 30 Dec 2006 22:14:12

dear Rob and Ed,

i will try and given notice about it. Happy new year.

best regards

Afonso

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