I have an issue with a CGI script (I think). What I'm trying to do is actually a workaround to something that will not work in Flash. I've come to the conclusion based on this site (and others) that a Perl CGI call is the best solution.
Basically, I'm sending one variable that contains the text to generate a web page. I want the CGI script to take this one variable and output it That's it. The code that creates the html text is in Flash. The meat of the content is created within a "for" loop and recursively added to this one variable.
I get the new page and I get the start and ending tags of the page, but I only get the last text item in the loop to appear. I did a "trace" on the variable in Flash and all the text is there, so I'm going on the assumption that my CGI script is wrong. It's a simple script (with an included library file) that I downloaded from another site and I honestly don't understand everything that's going on in it. I believe that the library file contains a script to parse the POSTed variable.
Can someone please post an example of how to read a posted variable and display it using a Perl CGI script?