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Old 07-02-2012, 09:33 PM   #1
SharonGe
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How to setup the deployment descriptor


I am using Apache tomcat7.0.28 as my servlet. I plan to use CGI with C to setup a simple website. But the default program for cgi is perl. I run a perl script to check if it is working. Everything is fine so far.

Then, Here is the problem. I want to use C and CGI to run the website. But I cant get it setup right. I am thinking to do something with the <executable> in web.xml, I changed it to /usr/bin/gcc and it is still not working. Any idea?

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