Author Adrian on 07-25-2000 at 13:24 (EST)
|I keep getting this following error:|
The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:
Can't locate ustorekeeper-manager.pl in @INC (@INC contains: C:/Perl/lib C:/Perl/site/lib .) at D:188.8.131.52cgi-binustorekeeper-manager.pl line 2.
Have anyone received this
|Table Of Contents|
| RE: CGI-ERROR Bill Weiner, 2000-07-26 05:10:35 (1)|
| ??? Picasso, 2000-07-26 17:49:54 (2)|
| RE: ??? Bill Weiner, 2000-07-26 21:41:26 (3)|
| ??? Julian, 2000-10-12 13:24:12 (4)|
|Messages In This Discussion|
| 1. RE: CGI-ERROR|
Author Bill Weiner on 07-26-2000 at 05:10 (EST)
|Are you sure the message isn't saying:|
"Can't locate ustorekeeper-lib.pl"
"Can't locate ustorekeeper-manager.pl"?
I ask this because everything else sounds exactly like the problem (and solution) described at:
That is, due to the search path on the server, the server is not finding the "ustorekeeper-lib.pl" file. So the solution is to use the full path to that file as described in the above troubleshooting link.
So double-check if the error message is actually talking about not finding the "ustorekeeper-lib.pl" file - which is specified on "line 2" of the scripts - and if so, see the above troubleshooting link. Otherwise, let me know and we see what else we can try.
| 2. ???|
Author Picasso on 07-26-2000 at 17:49 (EST)
|I followed the instructions and it is still saying: Can't locate d:/scriptmasterfilms.com/cgi-bin/ustorekeeper-lib.pl in @INC (@INC contains: C:/Perl/lib C:/Perl/site/lib .) at D:184.108.40.206cgi-binustorekeeper-manager.pl line 2.|
I substituted the following code:
(I entered exactly what was advised. I just substituted the domain name)
| 3. RE: ???|
Author Bill Weiner on 07-26-2000 at 21:41 (EST)
|So the error is that it can't find the ustorekeeper-lib.pl file.|
Therefore, the solution, as described at:
Is to use the FULL DIRECTORY PATH to your file.
The full directory path, however, will be different on all servers, so:
may not be the correct full directory path on your server. I would suggest asking you web hosting provider in order to find out how to access your directory via a full directory path.
| 4. ???|
Author Julian on 10-12-2000 at 13:24 (EST)
|I had the same problem on an NT Server. I resolved it by changing all the scripts from .pl to .cgi and changing the appropriate settings in ustorekeeper-lib.cgi (remember the .cgi).