object model] An internal command to allow the retrieval of the value of an attribute or state of an object.
A CGI method that is used to retrieve a document from an HTTP server or to send an input form from the user back to the HTTP server. With GET, data in the input form is appended to the URL.
an SNMP operation for retrieving network management information, in which the SNMP client issues a GetRequestPDU to an SNMP agent; for each variable in a GetRequestPDU, the named instance is retrieved (either by the agent or an SMUX peer) and returned to the SNMP client in a GetResponsePDU with the each variable's value field containing the information requested. If the instance is non-existent, the GetResponsePDU contains a noSuchName error code.
There are two methods to send form data to a server. GET, the default, will send the form input in an URL, whereas POST sends it in the body of the submission. The latter method means you can send larger amounts of data, and that the URL of the form results doesn't show the encoded form.
An HTTP request method. Information from a form using the GET method is appended onto the of the action URL being requested. » Back to top of screen
A security permission granted in the access control list that allows users or groups to retrieve information from the server.
(the value of a slot) To retrieve the value of the slot.
An HTTP method that retrieves whatever data is identified by the URL, so that when the URL refers to a data-producing process (or a script that can be run by such a process) GET returns the data produced, not the source text of the script or process.
A method of transmitting data from forms over the internet. Forms using the Get method transmit the data in the URL, or more specifically in the Query String. Usually used to send small forms with a small amount of data. The case is not important if the server side script handling the form is programmed to ignore case. E.g. form method="Get" If you leave the method out or blank, the Get method will be used. Antonym : Post.
uberftp command to retrieve a single file from the remote service
An authentication method whereby login credentials are submitted as part of the login URL.
In the kernel, often means "get a reference to". This may be as simple as incrementing a usage count, or it may imply attempting to retrieve an object from a cache of some sort, or allocating kernel memory. See put.