J. Bobby Lopez
jbl at jbldata.com
Fri Jun 21 13:09:11 PDT 2013
No worries Chris, glad you were able to solve your problem.
wouldn't generally be affected by the back-end server you are hosting it
the users browser. Of course if you were using something like Node.js,
(client-side, mostly) in comparison with Perl (or other languages,
server-side), especially if you are going to use the two in combination.
My apologies if you were aware of all this already, its just that the
question lead me (possibly others) to believe otherwise.
On 13-06-21 01:35 PM, Chris Jones wrote:
> I apologize for posting this query to the mongers group. In the end I
> found my issue which was poor file management. Again, my apologies.
> At 02:46 PM 6/20/2013, Carlo Costantini wrote:
>> Can you clarify.
>> Does the browser crash or the server?
>> On Thursday, 20 June, 2013 at 2:37 PM, Chris Jones wrote:
>> > This is the wrong forum to be asking but I thought someone in the
>> > versions of Apache. I ask because I have a web site that works with
>> > the Windows IIS. I have moved it to a linux server with Apache and
>> > are not being initialized and the application "crashes" when going
>> > from the second page to the third.
>> > If this question is out of line, I apologize for taking up
>> > space. And if someone has time to consult I would be forever grateful.
>> > Thanks!
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>> > Christopher R. Jones, P.Eng.
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> Christopher R. Jones, P.Eng.
> 14 Oneida Avenue
> Toronto, ON
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> Fax. 416-946-1005
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