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From: Hariharan Jayaram <hari@rafiki.3dem.bioch.bcm.tmc.edu>
Date: Tue, 1 Aug 2000 17:34:13 -0500 (CDT)
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.SGI.3.95.1000801171740.1242089A-100000@rafiki.3dem.bioch.bcm.tmc.edu>
Hello, I am runiing jigsaw on an irix 6.5 sgi unix system.I have
configured cgi scripts ( i.e *.cgi files ) by adding a cgi extension to
the default indexer and then configuring it as a file resource with a cgi
frame. Since I am dealing with perl scripts I have set the interpreter as
/usr/local/bin/perl, set Browsable, generates form to true.
Now here is my problem
For a simple test cgi script it works fine , I ma however trying to get
jigsaw to serve as a web interface to a crystallography package CNS. All
the cgi scripts for the interface respond with N  error in a
popup window

"The document contained no data . Try again later , or contact the server
administrator"

NoW, I have no idea why this is happening . I can run the script from the
command line using perl <script_name.cgi> and it works fine.

I guess I need some way of tracking what is failing when i call the cgi
script from my browser.

Although I have a logger (org.w3c.jigsaw.http.CommonLogger) specified in
Jigadmin to write to errlog,logerr and traces files in Directory
Jigsaw/logs jigsaw stills starts with
the  message " No logger specified ". 
How can I keep track of whats wrong with my cgi application and get
logging to work.
Your help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
Hari



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Hariharan Jayaram
Graduate Student
Structural and Computational Biology and Molecular Biophysics program
Baylor college of medicine

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