You really can't check the server that way, since it is designed only to
respond to requests from your web server. If your webserver is setup
correctly you could try http://localhost/WK/Examples to make sure that
it is running (however this is assuming that you have setup "WK"
correctly to server your apps. Take a look at the install instructions,
if you are running apache with the apachemod you should have something
WKServer localhost 8086
In your httpd.conf.
If on the other hand you are using IIS I would use wkcgi.exe and set up
iis to use this program for your py and psp files. If you are still
having trouble setting up webware on XP please include a little more
info as to what webserver you are using and how you have configured it.
From: "Brondo, Greg" <Greg.Brondo@...>
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 16:41:22 -0600
Subject: [Webware-discuss] error on XP
Tried running the 0.8 release of Webware on XP professional with
Python.org py2.2.2. Here's what I get when I try to access
1 2003-02-18 16:43:54 Traceback (most recent call last):
File ".\WebKit\ThreadedAppServer.py", line 293, in threadloop
File ".\WebKit\ThreadedAppServer.py", line 501, in handleRequest
dict_length = loads(chunk)
ValueError: bad marshal data
Any help would be appreciated.