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 404 error when moving from Windows to Unix

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Krishna Malyala
Posted: 05/18/2004, 7:36 AM

I am using CCS to create a grid view with search on top. But When I do the Search ion Widnwos it works fine and I see the Query sting on the URL but when I move to Unix I just see list.cgi?ccsForm=WHG_CALLTREESearch [this is the form name) but no other information in the url like on windows.
Also This same problems when I'm updating the information on a single row, the sumbit works and update but doesn't go back to the the grid view but gives a 404 error.

I check the logs about the 404 error but the files are there. Any one have any ideas.
Thanks
Krishna
Aaron Settles
Posted: 05/18/2004, 1:21 PM

Sounds webserver isn't finding the files. Are you using relative paths or absolute? If relative, have you tried using absolute paths?
David Hempy
Posted: 06/15/2004, 4:55 PM

Could be a case-sensitivity issue in your path. Any chance you're linking to List.cgi as list.cgi or something?

-dave
rogersw

Posts: 16
Posted: 09/20/2004, 9:24 AM


Is this possibly a problem with the perl path in the project settings?


This line would be different for a windows host and a unix host.

windows
#!c:\perl\bin\perl.exe

unix
#!/usr/bin/perl

On unix this will vary considerably. Either ask the ISP admin what the path is or open a shell window on the unix host and type "which perl". Some ISPs support more than one version of perl, so keep that in mind.

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