You can assign your own variable names, which appear either in URL query or in program code.
The role is usually passed in the URL. In case, use this to pass it in query. E.g. role=admin.
The mime tag is usually passed in the URL. In case, use this to pass it in query.
The component name is usually passed in the URL. In case, use this to pass it in query.
Variable for action. E.g. you can define it to be verb and pass this: verb=topics.
The following names are related to logins.
If the component name in the URL is this login name, we interpret it as a login request.
If the component name in the URL is this logout name, we interpret it as a logout request.
Name for login issuer. E.g. provider=google.
When visitor hits a protected page, she would be redirected to the login screen. The original URL will be assigned to variable go_uri. After login, she would be redirected to this address. You can customize this name.
Some browsers block session cookie. A probing cookie of this name will be used to detect if this is the case.
Name to record failed login code.
(NAME) (DEFAULT) (EXAMPLE) Document_root NA "/home/user1/www"
The root directory for “index.html”. If you run the help command, this will be setup for you.
Project NA "myproject"
Your project name. It is the same as the one you passed as “–project=” in the help command.
Script NA "/cgi-bin/myscript"
The name of HANDLER as a relative URL path. It is the same as the one you passed as “–script=” in the help command.
Pubrole NA "pubic"
Name of the public role.
Secret NA "abcdefghijkABC01234!@#$%^&*()"
A secret string used for SHA1 in digital signature, whenever it is necessary. One of the cases is to sign a query string.