Re: [Apache::ASP] Digest Number 487
- D B wrote:
> Thanks for the quick response Josh. I took a much needed fishing tripWell, you might try to find out where PageFrame.xslt is, and make sure
> this weekend so im just getting back to this. I asked the creator of
> this app if it has been run on Apache::ASP, and they just keep telling
> me that they don't give support for free programs. So they arent going
> to help on bit. Anyway, I have gotten this far. After finally calming
> down i decided to try to put all the subs from PirinDN::PageFrame into
> the files that are calling them, and now they are working fine. So that
> tells me that this app is not calling PirinDN::PageFrame correctly, or
> even at all. The rest of the "use"\'s its asking for are working
> perfectly. Is there anything i can check as far as permissions or
> anything in this file that would stop it from working?
> Anyway i got those subs moved and now i get this:
> (this is where the app is trying to parse the first page of the app)
> Couldn't create file parser context for file
> "dir/path/to/PageFrame.xslt": No such file or directory at
> line 435. at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.0//PirinDN/XSLT.pm line 131
> Any ideas on this error?
> once again i know its not much to work with, but its all i got as well.
that the path being executed by the LibXML load will work with that.
You could do a chdir() to make that work later file call work if you
don't want to move the xslt file, but you would want to chdir() back
to &File::Basename::dirname($0) afterward to make sure script
execution processes as normal, as Apache::ASP script execution
often relies on this being true. $0 is the current script filename BTW.
Josh Chamas, Founder | NodeWorks - http://www.nodeworks.com
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