How does it work?
How does it work!?
Urls in DosOnDope are are constructed like this:
"Controller" is the name of a folder in the Controllers folder.
"Action" is the name of a batch file in the relevant controller folder.
"*id" is an optional set of parameters passed to the batch file.
(Turning a URL into a batch file call is performed by a custom C# router,
DosOnDopeRouteHandler which hands off to the http handler
If the subfolder "Controller" in the
Controllers folder is not found, _controllerMissing.bat is called.
This is the default _controllerMissing batch file included in every DosOnDope application. It sits in the
Controllers folder. It returns a web page telling you what controllers are available, and you might customize it to suit your own purposes.
If there is no batch file matching the name of the action that was called, then the
_actionMissing batch file is executed.
This is the default _actionMissing batch file included in every DosOnDope application. It returns a web page telling you what actions are available for the controller you requested. You are free to customize it however you
If the request is a GET method, then handler looks for a
.bat batch file
If the request is a POST method, then handler looks for a
.cmd batch file
So for example a GET request to http://YourSite.com/Blog/Add would cause the handler to execute a batch file located at
A POST to http://YourSite.com/Blog/Add would cause the handler to execute a batch file located at:
A GET to http://YourSite.com/Blog/View/Yes would cause the handler to execute a batch file
View.bat with the parameter "Yes"
So, inside the View.bat script, you could say:
@echo [p]Hello! You said %1.[/p]
Which would be converted into:
<p>Hello! You said Yes.</p>
And be rendered by a browser as:
Hello! You said Yes.