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I have a script (several actually) that is run through Mod_Perl/Apache Registry and there seems to be variable sharing/leaking going on.

Without further ado here's the essence of the script...

========================= shebang, initialization ... "do" etc. &main() sub main { my $cgi = CGI->new(); my %params = $cgi->Vars(); # Get the MAC address from the URL. my $id = $params{id}; my $sqlStmt; my $hStmt; my $hDb = AnotherModule::connectDb(); $sqlStmt = "SELECT several rows"; $hStmt = MyModule::execSql($hDb, $sqlStmt); my ($value1, $value2, $value3); my $list = ""; while ($value1, $value2, $value3) = $hStmt->fetchrow) { $list .= "$value1,$value2,$value3;"; } print "$list"; OtherModule::log($blah, $blah, "$list"); $hStmt->finish; $hDb->disconnect; exit(0); }

I know that the first comment will be about the SQL stuff not being done the official way -- and you're be right, but there doesn't appear to be an issue with that.

The issue is that $list is sometimes correct, and other times has values appended to it that are from "another thread". Using DBI persistent connections.

It appears as though this may be the issue:

I've read it, but don't understand it. I've tried changing "my" to "our local", no luck.

Any recommendations on how to solve this quickly and easily are really appreciated!

In reply to Apache::Registry - shared variable? by DaisyLou

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