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Re^3: DBI connect is failing with Perl v5.16.3

by prashantktyagi (Scribe)
on Apr 25, 2013 at 08:06 UTC ( #1030621=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: DBI connect is failing with Perl v5.16.3
in thread DBI connect is failing with Perl v5.16.3

you don't seem to have looked at the code Perl tells you is failing.
Can you tell me which code I should check ?


Comment on Re^3: DBI connect is failing with Perl v5.16.3
Re^4: DBI connect is failing with Perl v5.16.3
by marto (Chancellor) on Apr 25, 2013 at 08:14 UTC

    If you read what you post, you already know where to look. We discussed this at length yesterday, you've ignored all the advice given. If you keep doing so you won't progress this issue.

      Error message is coming from RPC::PIClient , so I backup this module and put some debug statement at failure point ..this is what i got..
      $comm->Write($socket, [$app, $version, $user, $password]); print "write: $!\n"; $self->Debug("Waiting for server's response ..."); my $reply = $comm->Read($socket); print "read: $!\n";
      output:
      write: Inappropriate I/O control operation read:

        "Error message is coming from RPC::PIClient"

        I know, I told you this yesterday. You said you forced installed this module and it's prerequsite, without finding out if there was a reason why they failed. You ignored my advice about addressing these problems, and you continue to have problems using modules which didn't install cleanly.

        You knew all this from the posts yesterday, and from the long conversation, yet you insist you're not wasting anyones time.

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