I had a working RT 3.4.2 installation until I tried upgrading to 3.4.4
After a number of problems I thought I needed to upgrade HTML::Mason so
I did via CPAN to 1.3101 and now I am getting:
[Wed Aug 31 16:15:24 2005] [crit]: The ‘comp’ parameter (undef) to
HTML::Mason::Request::CGI->new() was an ‘undef’, which is not one of the
allowed types: scalar object
When I try to load the main RT page.
I’ve spent a lot of time looking at it but I am at a loss as to exactly
how RT calls HTML::Mason::Request::CGI->new() or how to set the 'comp’
parameter or what it should be set to. I’m out of ideas and I need
help. I have thought about trying to downgrade Mason, but it seems like
such a massive set of modules with so many dependencies that I hesitate
to attempt that until I’ve exhausted my other options.
Background on how I got to the Mason upgrade:
I have never had any troubles getting RT running until I tried to
upgrade from 3.4.2 to 3.4.4 today. I had been running successfully with
mod_perl 1.99 but after installing RT 3.4.4 it told me that I needed
mod_perl 2.0. So I uninstalled mod_perl 1.99 and downloaded and
installed mod_perl 2.0.1.
I had some problems initially with my mod_perl 2.0.1 installation which
caused me to think that I needed to grab the latest HTML::Mason from
CPAN. I did that and now I am on 1.3101. I realized after the fact
that I probably didn’t need to update my HTML::Mason and the update to
HTML::Mason is what is causing me troubles.
Any pointers or ideas would be greatly appreciated.
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