Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is a standard for interfacing external applications with HTTP servers. When a Web user saves a document or opens an existing document, the Domino Web server uses CGI variables to collect information about the user, including the user’s name, the browser, and the user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address.
To capture this information in a Web application, you have two options:
Create fields with the same names as CGI variables.
Use LotusScript agents.
Table 4-7 lists all the Common Gateway Interface (CGI) variables that are supported by Domino.
Domino captures the following CGI variables through a field or a LotusScript agent. You can also capture ...