Common Gateway Interface is a key-value pair encoding convention originally created to allow service parameters to be transmitted in HTTP URLs. CGI comes in two forms GET (where the parameters remain in the URL) and POST (where the parameters are embedded in the request body.
Introduction to ISO 15926
Published by Fiatech for its members, this ebook is ideal for managers and executives who are interested in the learning about of ISO 15926, the value of information interoperability and specific steps that can be take to get started.
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