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Re^5: Apache Registry with Server Side Includes

by bbfan (Novice)
on Jan 02, 2012 at 19:05 UTC ( #945953=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Apache Registry with Server Side Includes
in thread Apache Registry with Server Side Includes

Eliya, Thanks for the suggestion to use CGI::Simple. Had not used it before. Changed:

use CGI qw(-compile :all);
to
use CGI::Simple::Standard qw(param header);
without success. Same results.

Regarding the CGI.pm "-nosticky" mentioned in another post, came across the same documentation that clarify what nosticky does, and does not, do; nice to get confirmation on that, thanks.

Was initially thinking that the issue was with ModPerl::Registry or mod_include, but it sounds like CGI.pm may be influencing the result? Recall that this works as expected when ModPerl::Registry is removed from the equation.

Am wondering if any readers may have time to reproduce the issue using the code/config in this thread, thus eliminating something that is particular to my installation?


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Re^6: Apache Registry with Server Side Includes
by Eliya (Vicar) on Jan 02, 2012 at 19:51 UTC

    Hmm.  Are you sure cou haven't disabled SetupEnv somewhere (e.g. globally)?  It should be "on" by default, but maybe try enabling it explicitly:

    ... PerlOptions +SetupEnv
      Well, that was worth a try. Explicitly setting it to plus had no noticeable effect; however, setting it to "minus" wreaked havoc. Will post over on the mod_perl list - they may be able to offer additional advice.

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