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Re: proxying of requests through my own server

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  • Tobias Lennartsson
    Hi Ronan! I m thinking of using ASP on MS IIS since I need to learn it anyway (they use it at work). /Tobias ... post request ... somewhere that I ... systems
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 5, 2004
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      Hi Ronan!
      I'm thinking of using ASP on MS IIS since I need to learn it anyway
      (they use it at work).
      /Tobias

      --- In svg-developers@yahoogroups.com, Ronan Oger <ronan@r...> wrote:
      > HI Tobias,
      >
      > You need to write a proxying program which accepts a url get or
      post request
      > and makes the request itself, passing on the results.
      >
      > What language are you thinking of using? I have a perl proxy
      somewhere that I
      > use for SVG implementations. I've used it on linux and solaris
      systems but
      > have not tested it on win32.
      >
      > On Friday 05 March 2004 10.54, Tobias Lennartsson wrote:
      > >Hi!
      > >I wan't to parse some SVG from another server and therefore I want
      to
      > >proxy the request for the external SVG through my own server (MS
      IIS
      > >(or Apache Tomcat)) to make it look like the original SVG document
      > >and the external SVG came from the same server. Does anyone know
      how
      > >to do this?
      > >/regards
      > >Tobias
      > >
      > >
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