Python Environment Reference
Quick reference to the Python environment settings.
||Note that cookies are set before
||The date the cookie will expire. If this is
blank, the cookie will expire when the visitor quits the
||The domain name of the site that sets the
||The path to the directory or web page that
sets the cookie. This may be blank if you want to retrieve
the cookie from any directory or page.
||If this field contains the word "secure"
the cookie may only be retrieved with a secure server. If
this field is blank, no such restriction exists.
||Cookies are set and retrieved in the form
of key and value pairs.
||A MIME string defining the format of the
file being returned. Example is "Content-type:text/html"".
||The date the information becomes invalid.
It is used by the browser to decide when a page needs to
be refreshed. A valid date string is in the format
01 Jan 1998 12:00:00 GMT.
||The URL that is returned instead of the
URL requested. You can use this field to redirect a
request to any file.
||The date of last modification of the
||The length, in bytes, of the data being
returned. The browser uses this value to report the
estimated download time for a file.
||Set the cookie passed through the string.
||The data type of the content. Used when the
client is sending attached content to the server. For
example, file upload.
||The length of the query information. It is
available for POST requests only.
||Returns the set cookies in the form of
key and value pairs.
||The User-Agent request-header field contains
information about the user agent originating the request.
It is name of the web browser.
||The path to the CGI script.
||The URL-encoded information that is sent
with GET method request.
||The IP address of the remote host making
the request. This is useful logging or for authentication.
||The fully qualified name of the host making
the request. If this information is not available, then
REMOTE_ADDR can be used to get IR address.
||The method used to make the request. The
most common methods are GET and POST.
||The full path to the CGI script.
||The name of the CGI script.
||The server's hostname or IP Address.
||The name and version of the software the
server is running.