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  1. Perl programdeclares all the form fields as incoming parameters

          

  2. Issuesprivacy, integrity, authentication

          

  3. Critical success factorsUpper management, organization, policies, vendors, customers and suppliers

          

  4. Risks for milestonesexternal, vendors, management, vendors

          

  5. CGI lets http clientsand it canno be directly programmed

          

  6. Perl is a form ofpractical extraction and report languaged, developed in 1987 by Larry Wall

          

  7. CGI applications mayCommon Gateway Interface

          

  8. Perl was developed forUnix, but is a cross-platform language

          

  9. Cgi is an interfacedand it canno be directly programmed

          

  10. SSIserver-side includes files used within HTML pages to execute cgi

          

  11. Risk managementcritical path, slack time, risky tasks, addressing issues

          

  12. CGI is a standard protocol thatspecifies how web servers and compiled programs for processing user inputs that run on a web server communicate with each other.

          

  13. Internet marketingbanner ads, meta tags, affiliate programs, offline marketing

          

  14. Reasons for success and failuresmilestones, adapt, management involvement, purpose and scope, collaborative efforts

          

  15. Why perl?particularly rich, easy to use, text-processing capabilities. Up to date, and cross-platform

          

  16. CGI Stands forpractical extraction and report languaged, developed in 1987 by Larry Wall

          

  17. Server-sideserver-side includes files used within HTML pages to execute cgi

          

  18. Perl stands forpractical extraction and report languaged, developed in 1987 by Larry Wall

          

  19. Project management milestonesexternal, vendors, management, vendors

          

  20. What does perl use to connect to a database?milestones, adapt, management involvement, purpose and scope, collaborative efforts