27 September 2004 to 1 October 2004
Interlaken, Switzerland
Europe/Zurich timezone

Carrot ROOT Apache Module

30 Sep 2004, 10:00
Coffee (Interlaken, Switzerland)


Interlaken, Switzerland

Board: 38
poster Track 2 - Event processing Poster Session 3


Mr V. Onuchin (CERN, IHEP)


Carrot is a scripting module for the Apache webserver. Based on the ROOT framework, it has a number of powerful features, including the ability to embed C++ code into HTML pages, run interpreted and compiled C++ macros, send and execute C++ code on remote web servers, browse and analyse the remote data located in ROOT files with the web browser, access and manipulate databases, and generate graphics on-the-fly, among many others. In this talk we will describe and demonstrate the main features of Carrot. We will also discuss the future development of this module in context of GRID and integration with PROOF and xrootd/rootd. More information about Carrot is available from the Carrot website at: http://carrot.cern.ch

Primary authors

F. Rademakers (CERN) R. Brun (CERN) Mr V. Onuchin (CERN, IHEP)

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