HTML DUMP ; DBI::st=HASH(0x890c490)' is not a DBI handle


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dbih_getcom handle 'DBI::st=HASH(0x890c490)' is not a DBI handle (has no magic) at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.005/Apache/Session.pm line 394,  chunk 128.
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dbih_getcom handle 'DBI::st=HASH(0x890c748)' is not a DBI handle (has no magic) at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.005/Apache/Session.pm line 394,  chunk 128.
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dbih_getcom handle 'DBI::db=HASH(0x890ac90)' is not a DBI handle (has no magic) at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.005/Apache/Session.pm line 394,  chunk 128.
means. If he has configured RT smartly, he will get that error message sent by mail or to his pager or something. Anyway, you'll probably have to nag about it to get this problem fixed. Some error This is an unfriendly error message.

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dbih_getcom handle 'DBI::db=HASH(0x890ac90)' is not a DBI handle (has no magic) at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.005/Apache/Session.pm line 394,  chunk 128.
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dbih_getcom handle 'DBI::dr=HASH(0x890ad50)' is not a DBI handle (has no magic) at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.005/Apache/Session.pm line 394,  chunk 128.
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Oh, oh, this is really fucked up. In webrt/autohandler I have a $m->abort
which should abort the session … seems like it doesn’t. Try replacing
that
if (1)
to
if (0)
in the autohandler.

FWIW, it shouldn’t die, just warn about those errors. At least that’s the
behaviour here.

“The trouble with the world is that the stupid are
cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt.”

  • Bertrand Russell

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And so i says to him|her…
Oh, oh, this is really fucked up. In webrt/autohandler I have a $m->abort
which should abort the session … seems like it doesn’t. Try replacing
that
if (1)
to
if (0)
in the autohandler.

FWIW, it shouldn’t die, just warn about those errors. At least that’s the
behaviour here.

Yea, that fixed it. I’d meant to mention the url mismatch problem before.
I think you’re assuming that dnsdomainname only returns the
hostname part (ie: ‘amy’ instead of ‘amy…com’).

I’ve got my hostname set to the FQDN, so your url check fails.
What was that check meant to do anyhow?

_Michael.

ps: the latest version from CVS doesnt populate any ticket data.
that was a nice feature for us lazy folk. =)

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Yea, that fixed it. I’d meant to mention the url mismatch problem before.
I think you’re assuming that dnsdomainname only returns the
hostname part (ie: ‘amy’ instead of ‘amy…com’).

I’ve got my hostname set to the FQDN, so your url check fails.
What was that check meant to do anyhow?

Oh. Ah. Dammit. No, I can’t remember the reasons why I inserted that
test - I guess it’s just for the fun of it.

ps: the latest version from CVS doesnt populate any ticket data.
that was a nice feature for us lazy folk. =)

I don’t think there should be any ticket data. Creating a ticket is
trivial, just send a mail to it :slight_smile: