I agree fully with your comments about my previous posting on Webware tutorials! I learn by example. We do not want ppl "translating", but rather learning Webware. Tutorials/examples of common tasks can also be the way we show "best practices".
On Wed, 30 Oct 2002 16:52:29
Joel Lawhead wrote:
>>rdg raises and excellent point, different people approach WebWare from
>>different angles and that clouds your judgement on what Webware can do
>>for you and how it can do it.=20
>>I've done some ASP and ISAPI development in the past, some primer on =
>>"Webware for ASP programmers" would be a great help and would likely =
>>cover the 7 ASP objects (request, response, application, session, =
>>server, ASPError, ObjectContext) and their equivalent idiom in
>>Similar texts are probably appropriate for folks coming from other web
>>I wish I knew more about webware and ASP to contribute.
>Intros for developers coming from other development environments
>might not be a bad idea as long as the intros are high-level and
>short like you find in the beginning of most Python programming books.
>It's probably better in most cases to stick with the "Cookbook" approach
>of task-oriented tutorials that teach developers to focus on problem
>solving in Webware rather than thinking in ASP or PHP and then trying
>to translate to Webware. The "WebwareRecipies" section of the Wiki is
>a step in the right direction. I am a convert from other solutions
>like PHP and Tomcat and I'd like to see more pure Webware examples
>that solve common problems rather than looking at equivalencies
>between Webware and other solutions with which I'm already comfortable.
>Problem: You want a Webware servlet to redirect the user to another
>Solution: Use the "sendRedirect()" method of the response object:
>from WebKit.Page import Page
> def respond(self, trans):
> res = self.response()
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