Webinator's administrative interface is a web application
that you access using your web browser.
Access it using the URL that was given to you during installation.
It will be something like:
- On Unix:
- On Windows using CGI:
- On Windows using ISAPI:
YOURSERVER is the hostname, and possibly the port number,
used to access the web server where Webinator is installed.
scripts portions refer
to the CGI directory you specified during installation. The examples
given above are the most common. Your path could be different.
texis.exe are the names of the Texis Web Script
interpreter and is a program that resides in your CGI directory. It is
not a directory.
The portion after
/webinator/dowalk, is a
"virtual" path indicating the location of the administrative
script relative to your installation's
ScriptRoot is the
texis/scripts subdir of your install, so
/webinator/dowalk in the URL is referring to the file
texis/scripts/webinator/dowalk under your install dir.
This is the administrative script that controls Webinator.
When you run the administrative interface you will be asked for the
login and password. By default there is one login name. It is
webinator in all lowercase. If no other accounts have been
added, you will not have to enter the name. It will be filled in for
you. Your login will be remembered in a cookie until you logout. This
way, you don't need to enter the password every time you enter.
Note: If you share your computer with others, or it is available
to people who should not be administering Webinator, then you
should logout when you are finished. This will help prevent
enhance its functionality and make it easy to use, but the interface will also work well
other sites). In this document, the user interface description
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