I'm posting a form with target="_self" in the html code
(action= "...." target="_self")
I have a cgi which is sending back some data to stdout,
mainly an html page. The problem is that this page is a
predefined page that is using images from the server's
hard drive, and my default directory for the data which is
sent back is cgi-bin rather than the directory from which the post was done. My adress line in the browser gives:
when the data is sent back
rather than the one from which question.htm was read, so the
images can't be found. Is there a way to change this (my cgi
is in "c") or either a way to eliminate the need to send back some data or open a new window once a cgi is executed?
If I'm not sending back something on stdout the IIS server is giving me an error, but all I want is to stay on the same
page after a post, without an intermediate screen with an hyperlink..