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Re^11: Apache Registry with Server Side Includes

by bbfan (Novice)
on Jan 06, 2012 at 13:46 UTC ( #946597=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^10: Apache Registry with Server Side Includes
in thread Apache Registry with Server Side Includes

When the SSI called the script that was in the "cgi-bin" directory, the printout was 1..5, 1..10 and 1..30.

When the SSI called the same script in the "mod_perl" directory, the printout was 1..5, 1..5 and 1..5.


Comment on Re^11: Apache Registry with Server Side Includes
Re^12: Apache Registry with Server Side Includes
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 07, 2012 at 09:02 UTC

    So you did not run my DebugCGI?

    You had already mentioned that 1..30/ 1..5 difference

    DebugCGI should dump CGI object, along with %ENV -- really important debugging aids that help you narrow down the problem

      Attempted to clarify the difference in a follow up to a question on it. If someone is trying to help, am not going to turn it away.

      Am glad that you too are still "interested" in this question! Had not run DebugCGI. No unexpected diffs in the %ENV, but what looks like maybe a request handler appeared in the registry-ized object. Am not sure what, if anything, to make of it with regard to this problem. (Note that /perl-status also doesn't turn up anything obvious, either.)

      /cgi-bin/ is as follows:

      $VAR1 = bless( { ".parameters" => [], ".charset" => "ISO-8859-1", ".etab" => 1, ".elid" => 1, ".fieldnames" => {}, ".header_printed" => 1, "escape" => 1 }, 'CGI' );
      ModPerl is as follows:
      $VAR1 = bless( { ".parameters" => [], ".charset" => "ISO-8859-1", ".r" => bless( do{\(my $o = 164475400)}, 'Apache2::RequestRec' ), ".etab" => 1, ".elid" => 1, ".fieldnames" => {}, ".header_printed" => 1, "escape" => 1 }, 'CGI' );

      Big question to me is where do I look - mod_include, ModPerl::Registry, or even CGI?

        aha !
        running the dump before, during and after a series of calls to the test script demonstrated that after the first call (and every other call) to the script, that there was one "count" parameter, and it always remained at 5:
        $VAR1 = bless( { ".parameters" => [ "count" ], "count" => [ 5 ], (... the rest was deleted...)
        but why???

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