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  • dpasqua2
    Hi Maurice, I had the same problem. It seems that Apache2::compat is required by Apache ASP to run with mod_perl 2. The the solution was to load
    Message 1 of 5 , Jun 12, 2006
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      Hi Maurice,

      I had the same problem. It seems that Apache2::compat is required by
      Apache ASP to run with mod_perl 2. The the solution was to load
      Apache2::compat in startup.pl.

      The file startup.pl must be included in Apache's configuration file.

      startup.pl:

      #!/usr/bin/perl

      use Apache2::compat;
      1;

      httpd.conf:

      PerlRequire /usr/local/apache/conf/startup.pl

      Regards,
      Douglas Pasqua
      Brazil

      --- In apache-asp@yahoogroups.com, Maurice Yarrow <yarrow@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hello ASP people
      >
      > Environment:
      > FC1
      > apache httpd 2.0.58
      > perl5.8.8
      > BLDBM, BLDBM::Sync, Apache::ASP (2.59) - I just installed these.
      > mod_perl.so (2.0.2) installed, httpd.conf configured with
      appropriate
      > LoadModule directive
      >
      > After making and installing the above perl modules, copied the
      > Apache-ASP-2.59/site/asp directory tree to htdocs (including,
      > of course, htdocs/asp/eg/.htaccess), added the appropriate
      > <Directory "/usr/local/apache2/htdocs/asp/eg" >
      > Options FollowSymLinks
      > AllowOverride All
      > </Directory>
      > directive.
      > Can go to http://localhost/asp (index.html), but get the below error
      > message when going to http://localhost/asp/eg (i.e., the examples
      > dir from above):
      >
      > [Tue Jun 06 00:05:32 2006] [error] [client 192.168.1.122] Can't locate
      > object method "get" via package "APR::Table" at
      > /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/Apache/ASP.pm line 2016.\n at
      > /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/Apache/ASP.pm line
      > 2016\n\tApache::ASP::get_dir_config('APR::Table=HASH(0x85005c4)',
      > 'Global') called at /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/Apache/ASP.pm
      > line 275\n\tApache::ASP::new('Apache::ASP',
      > 'Apache2::RequestRec=SCALAR(0x85005a0)',
      > '/usr/local/apache2/htdocs/asp/eg/index.html') called at
      > /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/Apache/ASP.pm line
      > 183\n\tApache::ASP::handler('Apache2::RequestRec=SCALAR(0x85005a0)')
      > called at -e line 0\n\teval {...} called at -e line 0\n
      > [root@orion Apache-ASP-2.59]#
      >
      > I observe that this is an error that has been reported previously in
      > the ASP user group archives (currently maintained at yahoo), but
      > I saw no indication of a resolution. (I am not a yahoo special
      > interest group member, so did not pursue it further at that location.)
      >
      > Any ideas ?
      >
      > Regards,
      > Maurice Yarrow
      >
      >
      >
      >
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    • Randy Kobes
      ... [ ... ] Usually these errors are a result of not use()ing the module in question; from perl -MModPerl::MethodLookup -e print_method get the relevant module
      Message 2 of 5 , Jun 12, 2006
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        On Tue, 6 Jun 2006, Maurice Yarrow wrote:

        > Hello ASP people
        >
        > Environment:
        > FC1
        > apache httpd 2.0.58
        > perl5.8.8
        > BLDBM, BLDBM::Sync, Apache::ASP (2.59) - I just installed these.
        > mod_perl.so (2.0.2) installed, httpd.conf configured with appropriate
        > LoadModule directive
        >
        > After making and installing the above perl modules, copied the
        > Apache-ASP-2.59/site/asp directory tree to htdocs (including,
        > of course, htdocs/asp/eg/.htaccess), added the appropriate
        > <Directory "/usr/local/apache2/htdocs/asp/eg" >
        > Options FollowSymLinks
        > AllowOverride All
        > </Directory>
        > directive.
        > Can go to http://localhost/asp (index.html), but get the below error
        > message when going to http://localhost/asp/eg (i.e., the examples
        > dir from above):
        >
        > [Tue Jun 06 00:05:32 2006] [error] [client 192.168.1.122] Can't locate object
        > method "get" via package "APR::Table" at
        > /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/Apache/ASP.pm line 2016.\n at
        [ ... ]

        Usually these errors are a result of not use()ing the
        module in question; from
        perl -MModPerl::MethodLookup -e print_method get
        the relevant module is APR::Table. However, this
        module should have been loaded (in Apache::ASP 2.59)
        by Apache::ASP::ApacheCommon. Did all of the mod_perl
        and Apache::ASP tests succeed when you installed them?
        If so, does adding
        use APR::Table ();
        at the beginning of Apache::ASP help?

        --
        best regards,
        Randy Kobes

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      • Maurice Yarrow
        Randy, et. al.: I sent this reply out yesterday (see below) in response to Helmut s similar reply and request for for further info. As you see, there was a
        Message 3 of 5 , Jun 12, 2006
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          Randy, et. al.:

          I sent this reply out yesterday (see below) in response to Helmut's
          similar reply and request for for further info.

          As you see, there was a patch tendered a year ago, but not yet
          incorporated into any release. The patch certainly worked for me,
          as it had it's author, but whether this is a righteous patch or not is
          not for me to determine, but rather the ASP community.

          However, thanks for you reply and concern.

          Maurice Yarrow


          Helmut

          Thankyou for responding.
          Actually, I found a patch that solved the problem: And , in fact, this
          turned out to be a patch to ASP.pm, not APR::Table.pm. It was
          turned in in a formal patch designation on 2005-06-22
          See:
          http://www.mail-archive.com/asp@.../msg02428.html

          The lines 65-71:
          if($ENV{MOD_PERL}) {
          $ModPerl2 = ($mod_perl::VERSION >= 1.99);
          if($ModPerl2) {
          eval "use Apache::ASP::ApacheCommon ();";
          die($@) if $@;
          }
          }

          become
          if($ENV{MOD_PERL}) {
          $ModPerl2 = ($mod_perl::VERSION >= 1.99);
          my $ver = $mod_perl::VERSION;
          if ($ver eq "") { $ver = $ENV{MOD_PERL_API_VERSION}; }
          $ModPerl2 = ($ver >= 1.99);
          if($ModPerl2) {
          eval "use Apache::ASP::ApacheCommon ();";
          die($@) if $@;
          }
          }

          Note that you can find this correspondence by using
          Yahoo's search engine: just search for the exact Apache
          error message:
          Can't locate object method "get" via package "APR::Table"

          Once again, thanks for responding.

          Maurice Yarrow



          Helmut Zeilinger wrote:

          Hi Maurice,

          can you check of few things:

          Is there an APR::Table module?
          (Usually in a subtree of "/usr/lib/perl5")

          This should have been created/installed within the mod_perl 2 installation
          (from the source package).

          If yes what version is it ?
          Are there multiple (outdated) versions of it installed?

          If no, how did you install mod_perl? Can you reinstall it from the
          mod_perl's source:

          http://perl.apache.org/dist/mod_perl-2.0-current.tar.gz


          Helmut


          Randy Kobes wrote:

          > On Tue, 6 Jun 2006, Maurice Yarrow wrote:
          >
          >> Hello ASP people
          >>
          >> Environment:
          >> FC1
          >> apache httpd 2.0.58
          >> perl5.8.8
          >> BLDBM, BLDBM::Sync, Apache::ASP (2.59) - I just installed these.
          >> mod_perl.so (2.0.2) installed, httpd.conf configured with appropriate
          >> LoadModule directive
          >>
          >> After making and installing the above perl modules, copied the
          >> Apache-ASP-2.59/site/asp directory tree to htdocs (including,
          >> of course, htdocs/asp/eg/.htaccess), added the appropriate
          >> <Directory "/usr/local/apache2/htdocs/asp/eg" >
          >> Options FollowSymLinks
          >> AllowOverride All
          >> </Directory>
          >> directive.
          >> Can go to http://localhost/asp (index.html), but get the below error
          >> message when going to http://localhost/asp/eg (i.e., the examples
          >> dir from above):
          >>
          >> [Tue Jun 06 00:05:32 2006] [error] [client 192.168.1.122] Can't
          >> locate object method "get" via package "APR::Table" at
          >> /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/Apache/ASP.pm line 2016.\n at
          >
          > [ ... ]
          >
          > Usually these errors are a result of not use()ing the
          > module in question; from
          > perl -MModPerl::MethodLookup -e print_method get
          > the relevant module is APR::Table. However, this
          > module should have been loaded (in Apache::ASP 2.59)
          > by Apache::ASP::ApacheCommon. Did all of the mod_perl
          > and Apache::ASP tests succeed when you installed them?
          > If so, does adding
          > use APR::Table ();
          > at the beginning of Apache::ASP help?
          >



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