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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: Re: ctlib error
Date: Nov 2 1999 7:40PM

Abohebeish, Eman writes:
 > Hi,
 > 
 > I  was hopeing someone could shed light on the error I am getting below.  I
 > was able to install Perl5/Sybperl on one machine, and run the ctlib.t test
 > file just fine.  When I installed Perl5/Sybperl on another UNIX box (same
 > OS), I get the following error when I run ctlib.t.  I know that CTlib is
 > fine because I use it in my 'C' code.  

Is the environment *exactly* the same for your C code as for the perl
code? 

sybperl is just a thin wrapper around the CTlib API, so it should
*normally* behave the same way as a CTlib C app.

 > 
 > Open Client Message: (In msg_cb)
 > Message number: LAYER = (6) ORIGIN = (8) SEVERITY = (5) NUMBER = (1)
 > Message String: ct_connect(): directory service layer: internal directory
 > contro
 > l layer error: There was an error encountered while binding to the directory
 > ser
 > vice.
 > not ok 2
 > -- The supplied login id/password combination may be invalid
 > Can't call method "ct_execute" on an undefined value at ctlib.t line 53.
 > psoft@bandit /perl/sybperl-2.11/CTlib/t>>                  
 > ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 > ----------------------------------------------------
 > 
 > Here is part of the code which I modified to test ctlib.t:
 > ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 > ----------------------------------------------------
 > #( $X = Sybase::CTlib->ct_connect($Uid, $Pwd, $Srv, '', {LastError => 0}) )
 > ( $X = Sybase::CTlib->ct_connect('USER1', 'USER1_PASS', 'DEVELOP' , '',
 > {LastError => 0
 > }) )

Is the DEVELOP server listed in the interfaces file? Is $SYBASE
pointing at the correct interfaces file?

Michael
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