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From: Roleigh Martin <rol at uhc dot com>
Subject: Re: Error: HTTPd: malformed header from script problem -- any clues?
Date: Jan 6 1999 11:21PM

Mike,

This solved it (using the BEGIN...) -- Thanks!

By the way, did you ever get the package I mailed you?

Thanks again.

Roleigh

At 03:04 PM 01/05/1999 -0800, you wrote:
>>>>>> "Roleigh" == Roleigh Martin  writes:
>
>Roleigh> But when I execute the below HTML (same HTML file) online
>Roleigh> (ie, the CGI script is executed via HTML-invoking), I get
>Roleigh> this output in my browser:
>
>Roleigh> 500 Server Error 
>
>My bet is that the SYBASE environment variable is not set correctly in 
>the script. The SYbase libraries need this variable to find the
>interfaces file.
>
>If you use the Apache http server you can set the variable in the
>httpd.conf file with the SetEnv directive, or you can set it in the
>script itself:
>
>BEGIN {
>     $ENV{SYBASE} = '/the/sybase/home/directory';
>}
>
>use Sybase::DBlib;
>etc...
>
>Michael
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