Craig Tussey wrote:
>
>
> Here is the value of $ENV{MOD_PERL} = 'mod_perl/2.0.2'. And it prints
> this way in both links.
>
> Below is the way I bring the parameters across in the programs of the 2
> links I listed in the original post..
>
> my $page = new CGI;
>
> 1st link - ss.cgi
> $govlevel = $page->param("ssstr");
>
> 2nd link - vumenu.cgi
> $params = $page->param("vmstr");
>
> Craig
>
>





Perrin Harkins wrote:
>
> On Nov 21, 2007 1:47 PM, CraigT wrote:
>> > Since the
>> > last time, I reworked all subroutines into stand-alone objects, as you
>> > suggested would be necessary to ever get to mod_perl. It was a good
>> > exercise.

>
> Glad to hear it.
>
>> > ***I verify the links using a printing routine I use in debugging to
>> > verify parameters upon entry into a program.

>
> Okay. Can you print out $ENV{MOD_PERL} too, just to make sure that
> PerlRun is picking this up and not something else?
>
>> > ***Here is the error message(s). These downstream commands, from the
>> > paramter-in point, fail because no data comes through.
>> >
>> > Use of uninitialized value in split at
>> > C:/usr/www/steepusa/cgi-bin/vumenu.cgi line 73.

>
> Is that where you try to use the variables? What are you using to
> parse CGI paraeters? CGI.pm, or something else?
>
> - Perrin
>
>


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