|:) Um, if you know this is bad way to code (multiple exit points, action at a distance, not maintainable), why continue to use globals like that and call exit?
:) your completly right.. i´m desperated in finding any error message. for that the code is full of any exits to test what happen in that part of the script. the pm is more then 1600 lines.. don´t want to go further with an empty file ^^
the cgi_error is still empty. should check the server logs... mh tmpFileName() looks intresting ;-)
thanks for advice!
$perlig =~ s/pec/cep/g if 'errors expected';
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