MathLink API (Mathematica Guide)
Extensively used within the Mathematica system itself, MathLink is Mathematica's unique high-level symbolic interface standard for interprogram communication. With convenient ...
Wolfram Support Quick Answers : Why do I get a “No Kernels Available” or “Could not find MathLink executable” error message? (Support Articles)
webMathematica must be able to locate a Mathematica kernel in order to run. If Mathematica is installed in a non default location, it might be necessary to point ...
webMathematica - Tips & Tricks (Support Articles)
Answers to common questions, tips, and tricks regarding webMathematica.
Wolfram Support Quick Answers : How do I install webMathematica on Windows? (Support Articles)
Installing webMathematica on Windows
Wolfram Support Quick Answers : How do I install webMathematica on Mac? (Support Articles)
Installing webMathematica on Mac OS X
Wolfram Support Quick Answers : How do I install and configure webMathematica on Linux? (Support Articles)
Installing webMathematica on Linux
Wolfram Support Quick Answers : How do I manually create a remote Wolfram Language kernel connection? (Support Articles)
It may be necessary to manually create a remote kernel in the Evaluation menu as a debugging tool.
webMathematica (Support Articles)
Answers to common questions about webMathematica.
How MathLink Is Used (Mathematica Tutorial)
MathLink provides a mechanism through which programs can interact with Mathematica. Some typical uses of MathLink. MathLink provides a general interface for external programs ...
Introduction to MathLink (Mathematica Tutorial)
In many cases, you will find it convenient to communicate with external programs at a high level, and to exchange structured data with them. On almost all computer systems, ...