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Re: Re: CGI::Application 'No such run mode...'by Anneq (Vicar)
|on Dec 24, 2003 at 01:01 UTC||Need Help??|
Thanks for your response:
You don't say how you invoke your test program. Did you do something like:
try out the later, along with rm=mode2 , etc.
In get_common_stuff(), two links are defined and called by other subroutines (modes). The user would select a link with a href like: mywebapp.pl?rm=mode'....
I also noticed that in your simplePage sub you are writing the header. This is incorrect, CGI::App takes care of this.
Actually, this sample code shows three different ways to make use of combinations of CGI::Application, CGI.pm and CGI::Template. Its quite a handy reference for me, but as you say, it doesn't appear to be using CGI::Application as it was intended.