$application objects

Tim Cutts timc at chiark.greenend.org.uk
Mon Sep 21 05:16:45 EST 1998


I have answeredpart of my question for myself, but the first part I am
still confused about.

In article <DKw*hjkGn at news.chiark.greenend.org.uk>,
Tim Cutts <timc at chiark.greenend.org.uk> wrote:
>Please excuse me, as a newbie SRS admin, for asking what are probably
>stupid questions:
>
>Could someone explain to me the difference between the resultQuery and
>resultUrl members of this object?  The resultQuery seems to be used by
>SRS to construct a URL anyway, so what's the purpose of the resultUrl?
>
>I notice that blast.i, as supplied with SRS 5.1, does not make use of
>resultUrl.


>On a related note, what happens if your application, launched from
>SRS, takes so long to run that the web browser times out?  I have
>recently adapted the blast.i file to run tblastn as well, but tblastn
>takes longer to run than the web browser will wait for.  I understand
>that the results of the search still get saved someowhere, so how to I
>get at them from the WWW browser if the timeout occurs?

This part I answered for myself; of course it appears in the
application results part of the main query form, eventually.

Tim.







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