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From: "Jackie Wilson" <Jackie dot Wilson at swordmicro dot com>
Subject: stderr and cgi
Date: Apr 13 1999 8:44PM
It seems (from perusing the archives) that the problem
I'm encountering is not uncommon. I've got a Netscape
Enterprise server and every time sybperl writes a message
to stderr my cgi scripts bail because a valid http header
has not been generated. I know that the short answer is
to "print $query->header();" at the top of the script
but that is not a good solution in my case.
I would like to have a general logging mechanism for sybperl.
I want to log each open, close and execute as well as trap
any messages written to stderr to a file. Has anyone written
something like this that I can "borrow"?
Sword Microsystems, Inc.