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Article:
  The PHP Scalability Myth
Subject:   CGI model vs. in-process model
Date:   2003-10-17 11:40:23
From:   anonymous2
I hate it when people talk about "CGI model vs. in-process model" or whatever. Even if your interpreter (PHP, Perl, JSP, etc) is running "in-process", you're still using CGI (assuming that the user is sending data).


CGI is not about how the web server interacts with your program - it is how the web browser sends data to the server.


If you've got something like: http://mysite.org/foo.php?key=value


You are using CGI! Sorry, just one of my pet peeves.


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  1. CGI model vs. in-process model
    2003-10-17 18:43:58  anonymous2 [View]

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    2003-10-17 13:38:13  anonymous2 [View]

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    2003-10-17 12:58:34  anonymous2 [View]

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