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  • Where is "secureweb.c" sample?

    I found all the samples after installing the SDK except for "secureweb.c" . Is it with the other samples or was it left off?

    Thank You,
    Stan

  • #2
    secureweb.c is actually a sample in the next version of the SDK. What is it exactly that you would like to do, and I can direct you to one of the samples in the existing version of the SDK.

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    • #3
      My MatchPort AR is connected to my router at home. I would like to know how to create my own web server page and have it come up when I access the MatchPort remotely from a browser.

      Thank You,
      Stan

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      • #4
        Okay, this is a great question. Unfortunately, we don't have "How-To" type documentation, and are limited to the use of sample code to demonstrate the relevant concepts.

        With this in mind, go ahead and study the cgi.c sample. First see if you can get it to run, and then post back to this forum with your questions.

        You will notice in this sample that the HTML for the web page is contained in the code itself. This is great for dynamically generated web pages, but if you have a statically generated web page you can create a directory in Flash called http. So if you had a static web page called "SUECKE.HTML" and you wanted to get it loaded from your browser, you would copy it to /http/SUECKE.HTML on the Matchport Flash, and type http://SUECKE.HTML in your browser to display it.

        To replace default web pages loaded by the Matchport Web Manager, you copy them to a directory called /http/config in the Matchport Flash memory.

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