SSI Environment Variables
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For more information than you ever wanted to know about SSI
environment variables, see the SSI documentation.
Here's examples of all the environment variables currently supported
by Quid Pro Quo:
Server Software: QuidProQuo/1.0.1
This is the name of the server, which is always "Quid Pro Quo".
Server Name: wwwacv.arsp.sojo-u.ac.jp
The domain name of the server. If no domain name is available, this
contains the IP address of the server.
Server Protocol: HTTP/1.0
Server Port: 80
The TCP port this copy of Quid Pro Quo is running on. This is usually
80, the well-known HTTP port.
Request Method: GET
This is the HTTP command that the client used to download the file.
On SSI files, this is invariably "GET".
Remote Host: 188.8.131.52
The domain name of the client, if available, otherwise the IP address
of the client.
Remote Address: 184.108.40.206
The IP address of the client.
If the page is in a realm (and thus requires authorization) this is
the type or authorization used. Usually blank, but may contain
If the user entered a user name in their browser preferences, this is
where it would show up. This field is often blank.
The MIME types of the data that the user is POSTing. This is usually
The length of the data that the user is POSTing. Usually blank.
Document Name: ssivariables.shtml
The name of the document being served.
Document URL: /html/ssivariables.shtml
The URL of the document being served.
Local Date: 09:14 AM Monday, April 22, 2019
The current time.
Greenwich Mean Time: 12:14 AM Monday, April 22, 2019
Last Modified Date: 11:54 AM Sunday, November 03, 1996
The date of the current file's last modification.
Page Count: 1
The number of hits that the current page has received
Total Hits: 434
The total number of hits that Quid Pro Quo has serviced.
The URL of the page that referred the user to this page. May be