Return the value of a CGI environment variable for the specified
object.GetVariable( ClientId, VariableName, VariableValue )
- An integer that identifies the client session.
- A string that that specifies the name of the environment
variable. Variable names are not case-sensitive and should not
include the equal sign which acts as a delimiter that separates the
variable name from its value.
- A string variable that is passed by reference which will contain
the value of the environment variable when the method returns.
A Boolean value that specifies if the method was successful.
The GetVariable method will return the value of
an environment variable that has been defined for the client. Each
client session inherits a copy of the process environment block, which
is then modified to define various environment variables that are used
with CGI programs and scripts. The SetVariable
method can be used to change existing environment variables or
create new variables.
The standard CGI environment variables that are defined by the
server are not created until the client request has been processed.
This means that environment variables such as REMOTE_ADDR and SERVER_NAME will not
be defined inside an OnConnect event handler.