Javascript error


#1

Hi There

I have just installed RT, a little problem with MySQL, but that seems to
be working now.

Unfortunately, the web interface, seems to generate a javascript error…


#2

Except we don’t use javascript…On Thu, May 18, 2000 at 04:46:14PM +0100, Paul Thomas wrote:

Hi There

I have just installed RT, a little problem with MySQL, but that seems to
be working now.

Unfortunately, the web interface, seems to generate a javascript error…

From the javascript console…

JavaScript Error: http://try.cloudband.com/rt/webrt.cgi, line 19:

syntax error.

–>
…^

Looks like an end of comment or something?
The webrt.cgi is a binary executable, so can’t look at it.
Has anyone else seen this? and is there a fix?

Regards,
Paul


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Tel 020 7691 2325


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#3

Except we don’t use javascript…

ok, yes. Well actually I got a 500 Server Error and the status bar said
"java script error". Somethings broken. I tried a reinstall. I am running
under apache 1.3.12.

The size of the webrt.cgi file is
—s–x--x 3 rt root 12748 May 18 13:01 webrt.cgi

and its md5 checksum is
2b04d921766520f78653fdbd2f45e5c2 webrt.cgi

anyone any ideas?

Paul

Hi There

I have just installed RT, a little problem with MySQL, but that seems to
be working now.

Unfortunately, the web interface, seems to generate a javascript error…

From the javascript console…

JavaScript Error: http://try.cloudband.com/rt/webrt.cgi, line 19:

syntax error.

–>
…^

Looks like an end of comment or something?
The webrt.cgi is a binary executable, so can’t look at it.
Has anyone else seen this? and is there a fix?

Regards,
Paul

Paul Thomas (pault@cloudband.com)
Unix System Administrator, Cloudband.com
Tel 020 7691 2325


#4

Paul Thomas wrote> On Thu, 18 May 2000, Jesse wrote:

Except we don’t use javascript…

ok, yes. Well actually I got a 500 Server Error and the status bar said
"java script error". Somethings broken. I tried a reinstall. I am running
under apache 1.3.12.

If you get an internal server error, then its not a javascript issue,
but (you guessed it), a server issue.

Post a tail of your Apache error_log here, which should shed more light
on the matter, hopefully. It should have a line with an error message
from the perl CGIs.

Anil Madhavapeddy, anil@recoil.org


#5

Hi

Ok once I turned error logging on on this server, the problem became
ovious CGI:Vars not found - which is mentioned in the documentation.
Sorry! Upgaraded CGI.pm and things now seem to be working.

PaulOn Thu, 18 May 2000, Anil Madhavapeddy wrote:

Date: Thu, 18 May 2000 19:59:44 +0100
From: Anil Madhavapeddy anil@recoil.org
To: Paul Thomas pault@cloudband.com
Cc: rt-users@lists.fsck.com
Subject: RE: [rt-users] javascript error

Paul Thomas wrote

On Thu, 18 May 2000, Jesse wrote:

Except we don’t use javascript…

ok, yes. Well actually I got a 500 Server Error and the status bar said
"java script error". Somethings broken. I tried a reinstall. I am running
under apache 1.3.12.

If you get an internal server error, then its not a javascript issue,
but (you guessed it), a server issue.

Post a tail of your Apache error_log here, which should shed more light
on the matter, hopefully. It should have a line with an error message
from the perl CGIs.


Anil Madhavapeddy, anil@recoil.org


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Tel 020 7691 2325