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Re:Re: Socket error with CGI(Perl)Frame

From: <Takakido@aol.com>
Date: Tue, 03 Sep 2002 21:31:05 EDT
To: <www-jigsaw@w3.org>
Message-ID: <36.2cfdd742.2aa6bc59@aol.com>

Hello,

Thanks for your advice.
I also like to know about the Jigsaw architecture.

Now,the configration of my server is below:

(apache and Jigsaw on Windows2000 Pro)

apache2.0<----->CGI Scripts<-->Jigsaw
(port#80)                      (Port#8001)
runs as servive   Perl5        Java SDK 1.3.1
---------------------------------------------
            Windows 2000 Pro                 <-->router
---------------------------------------------

Now, the Perl script has socket-function in the script
and Jigsaw put a Socket write error. At the same
timing, socket (xxx,xxx,xxx); on the perl scripts also
put the Socket creation error... The CGI runs well on
the command line or apache, so I think that no mistake
on the perl scripts.

Ofcouse I entered the perl.exe path on the interpreter
on the CGIFrame with indexer and linked to the CGI 
directory by PathDirectory.

My question is why Jigsaw puts the error? Beacuse that
the scripts on Perl should be executed on OS by
separatly. 

Does Jigsaw simulate the perl.exe?  Or any problem of
execution of running both apache and Jigsaw in terms of
TCP connection?

I will check again about the setiing of server.
However,if you know any issues about apache and Jigsaw
set up, I like to know it.

Many thanks so much and I would appreciate for your 
excellent architecture of Jigsaw. 

I was just looking for this kind of server! This is THE 
greate one!

Taka , Tokyo,Japan
Received on Tuesday, 3 September 2002 21:31:55 GMT

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