Rt 2.0.0 and Apache::Cookie?

hello rt fans :slight_smile: !

I just upgraded from rt 1.3.81 to 2.0.0, but I was not able to bring
up the web interface :(.

The first problem occured in webmux.pl line 76, because Apache::Cookie
could not be located on my machine ?!?!

Then I installed it by hand with the cpan shell.

After doing so the apache server started again :), but when I tried
to enter the rt web interface this did not work.

The following message could be found in the http log file…

[Wed Jul 4 12:17:55 2001] [error] Undefined subroutine
&Apache::cookie::Parse c
alled at /usr/local/httpd/cgi-bin/rt2/bin/webmux.pl line 124.

With my little basic knowledge of perl and all this stuff, I only
can see that in my Cookie.pm there does not exist any ‘Parse’ subroutine
!?!

Any ideas what’s going on here ?

uuuhhps…:wink: I just changed line 124 and use ‘parse’ instead of 'Parse’
and everything works fine now :slight_smile: !

Is that a bug in (my) webmux.pl ???

Thanks for your help and regards from Germany and…

Gerd.

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Did you update to the released 2.0 or the current CVS sources?
You should never upgrade to the head of the CVS tree if you’re lookng
for stable production code.
-jOn Wed, Jul 04, 2001 at 04:53:57PM +0200, Gerd Nienhaus wrote:

hello rt fans :slight_smile: !

I just upgraded from rt 1.3.81 to 2.0.0, but I was not able to bring
up the web interface :(.

The first problem occured in webmux.pl line 76, because Apache::Cookie
could not be located on my machine ?!?!

Then I installed it by hand with the cpan shell.

After doing so the apache server started again :), but when I tried
to enter the rt web interface this did not work.

The following message could be found in the http log file…

[Wed Jul 4 12:17:55 2001] [error] Undefined subroutine
&Apache::cookie::Parse c
alled at /usr/local/httpd/cgi-bin/rt2/bin/webmux.pl line 124.

With my little basic knowledge of perl and all this stuff, I only
can see that in my Cookie.pm there does not exist any ‘Parse’ subroutine
!?!

Any ideas what’s going on here ?

uuuhhps…:wink: I just changed line 124 and use ‘parse’ instead of 'Parse’
and everything works fine now :slight_smile: !

Is that a bug in (my) webmux.pl ???

Thanks for your help and regards from Germany and…

Gerd.


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| E-Mail: Gerd Nienhaus nienhaus@orthogon.de |
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Jesse wrote:

Did you update to the released 2.0 or the current CVS sources?
You should never upgrade to the head of the CVS tree if you’re lookng
for stable production code.

Thanks for that information Jesse !

I just updated to the current CVS sources, because we are in the stage
of
evaluating a new support line system and RT 2 seems to be currently the
best candidate :).

Therefore I am not only looking for a stable version, but I want to
learn
how all this works together :).
And the best way to learn something is by making errors :wink: !

Sorry if I wasted someones time, I just sent the email, to point
you to this ‘problem’, that I fortunately was able to solve by myself
:).

Kind regards from Germany and…

Gerd.

±----------------------- Gerd Nienhaus --------------------------+
| Orthogon GmbH, Hastedter Osterdeich 222, D-28207 Bremen |
| E-Mail: Gerd Nienhaus nienhaus@orthogon.de |
±— Tel.: +49 (0)421 20122-0/-53, FAX: +49 (0)421 20122-999 ----+

ORTHOGON and ODS Toolbox are registered trademarks of Orthogon GmbH