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can`t get the ustorekeeper.pl script to work!

Knowledge Base Lobby : uStorekeeper Support Conference : Configuration Questions
Dec-16-17 03:51 PM EST
Original Message
can`t get the ustorekeeper.pl script to work!
Author plasma on 03-08-2000 at 13:36 (EST)
take a look at this link:
http://www.plasma.no/webshop/ustorekeeper.pl

my perl.exe is here: C:Perlbinperl.exe
I am using a NT server.

I have been trying to congure the path at the top at both scripts which needs it

Kurt
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  Perl Script Charlie Edmunds, 2000-03-08 21:24:00 (1)
            config trouble Kurt, 2000-03-09 17:13:55 (2)
            CGI Error / executing PL script Martin Zager, 2000-03-14 15:14:54 (3)
                 cgi script Charlie Edmunds, 2000-03-14 18:06:59 (4)
                 RE: CGI Error / executing PL script Bill Weiner, 2000-03-15 14:10:18 (5)

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         1. Perl Script
        Author Charlie Edmunds on 03-08-2000 at 21:24 (EST)
Kurt,

NT Servers don't utilize that path.

I checked out your site and it seems to be working fine. Is it ok now?

Charlie Edmunds
Microburst Technologies, Inc
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                 2. config trouble
                Author Kurt on 03-09-2000 at 17:13 (EST)
Yes it solved itself after I copied the ustorekeeper-lib.pl into the "lib" directory under perl...
so it works now, but I am not so satisfied with this product, thoug!
I have to have a solution that is more customiseable than this...
Othervise, the admin part and those tools are exellent!
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                 3. CGI Error / executing PL script
                Author Martin Zager on 03-14-2000 at 15:14 (EST)
I am having a similiar problem in executing the PEARL script. The CGITest worked fine, but when I try to load storekeeper from the domain:
http://www.straightforwardinc.com/cgi-bin/sfstore.pl

it doesn't work. It seems to be looking for the library in some other directory rather than the current directory. Here's the error:
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CGI Error
The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:


Can't locate sfstore-lib.pl in @INC (@INC contains: C:/Perl/lib C:/Perl/site/lib .) at d:clientsdomain.comstraightforwardinc.com
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As we don't host our own website, the pearl directory isn't open to the public. Do i have to copy the -lib file to the c:/pearl/lib directory like previous user 'KURT' did or can I simply have the store-lib.pl file in the same directory as the rest of the .pl files?
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                         4. cgi script
                        Author Charlie Edmunds on 03-14-2000 at 18:06 (EST)
Martin,

That error usually indicates an incompatible version of perl. Most web hosts have several versions available (and will provide the alternate path when requested). Version 4 is usually best.

Charlie Edmunds
Microburst Technologies, Inc.
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                         5. RE: CGI Error / executing PL script
                        Author Bill Weiner on 03-15-2000 at 14:10 (EST)
Based on your error:

"Can't locate sfstore-lib.pl"

Is that the correct name for your library file? That is, did you rename the ustorekeeper-lib.pl file to "sfstore-lib.pl"? (I noticed in your comments that you referred to the file as "store-lib.pl"....without the first "sf". So make sure that you indeed have the file named properly.)

And FYI: You should not have to copy the file to your pearl/lib directory since your include directory does have a dot (.) in it...indicating that it will look in the current directory.

So just make sure that you renamed the library properly to match what you renamed it in the script. (sfstore-lib.pl).



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