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NAME

       tntnet - web application server for c++

SYNOPSIS

       tntnet [-c file] [--logall]

       tntnet -C [-q query-string] [componentId ...]

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the tntnet command.

       tntnet   is  a  web  server  that  can  generate  dynamic  content  via
       precompiled C++ modules.

OPTIONS

       A summary of options is included below.

       -c file
              Use file as the configuration file.  If the -c is  omitted,  the
              first nonoption argument is used as the config file.

       --logall
              Initialize  logging  earlier.  Normally  logging  is initialized
              after starting the listeners and changing user so that  logfiles
              are  created  with  the right owner.  For debugging reasons this
              option forces to do that earlier.

       -C     Call components and  print  the  result  to  stdout  instead  of
              starting tntnet as a webserver

       -q query-string
              In  -C  mode pass this query string to the component. The option
              may be repeated multiple times to pass name-value-pairs easily.

EXAMPLE

       tntnet -C -q arg1=35 -q arg2=7 -q op=/ calc@calc
       calls the component calc@calc with  query  parameters  and  prints  the
       result to stdout.

FILES

       /etc/tntnet/tntnet.conf The default configuration file.

ENVIRONMENT

       TNTNET_CONF
              This  is  checked  for  the configuration file name if it is not
              specified on the command line.

AUTHOR

       tntnet was written by Tommi Makitalo <tommi@tntnet.org>.

       This manual page was written by Kari Pahula <kaol@debian.org>, for  the
       Debian project (but may be used by others).

SEE ALSO

       tntnet-config(1),     ecpp(7),     ecppc(1),    ecppl(1),    ecppll(1),
       tntnet.conf(7), tntnet.properties(7).
       More documentation can be found in /usr/share/doc/tntnet-doc/.