When a URL specifies a resource with the .wssp file name extension, the Web Application module retrieves the specified WSSP file from the Skin, and Compiles it into some internal code. The module then runs the Web Application code associated with the file name. This code produces a dataset with various string, array, and dictionary data. Then the module runs the WSSP internal (compiled) code to produce an HTML page using this dataset, and returns the resulting HTML page to the browser using the HTTP module connection.
The specified resource names are always converted into the lowercase letters.
The WSSP Scripting section explains the WSSP file format. System and Domain administrators can create custom WSSP files and upload them to the server-wide and Domain Skins to modify the Web Application look and feel.
The section below lists the available Web Application code components, defining the set of WSSP pages that this version of CommuniGate Pro server can generate. It specifies how each component processes the form parameters sent to it, and what data is included into the dataset it generates.