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Id: 1688
Status: open
Priority: 0/
Queue: AxKit

Owner: Nobody in particular
Requestors: karl.moens [...]

Bug Information
Severity: Normal
Broken in: 1.6
Fixed in: (no value)

Subject: Apache, MySAL and AxKit
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I run the following set-up: Windows 2000 (with all current service-packs applied) Apache 1.3.27 (Win 32) Perl 5.6.1 build 633 Mod-perl 1.27_01 dev AxKit 1.6 MySql 3.23.52-win In the httpd.conf I have the following AxKit configuration: # AxKit configuration # This also seems to have a problem when started as # a service, but seems OK otherwise PerlModule XML::LibXML::Common PerlModule AxKit Alias /axkit/ "C:/Apache/axkit/" <Location /axkit> SetHandler perl-script PerlHandler AxKit AxAddStyleMap application/x-xpathscript Apache::AxKit::Language::XPathScript AxAddStyleMap text/xsl Apache::AxKit::Language::LibXSLT AxDebugLevel 5 AxTranslateOutput On AxOutputCharset windows-1251 </Location> Apache works OK when started on the console and the dynamic webpages (through mod-perl) are served perfectly, getting their data out of the mysql-server without a hitch. When started as a service though, all static pages are still working fine as are all dynamic pages, EXCEPT when they have to get some data out of the MySql-server. I then get all kinds of errors, which all seem to indicate that the Apache-server/mod_perl cannot log-in into the MySql-server. The connection with MySql is through DBI/DBD (nothing fancy, all standard). The AxKit examples are all working fine, both when Apache runs as a service or on the console. Is this a known issue and if so, is there a way around it? Karl Moens
Must be a permissions issue. Not really anything to do with AxKit so closing the bug.
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On Do. 02. Jan. 2003, 11:16:54, MSERGEANT wrote: Show quoted text
> Must be a permissions issue. Not really anything to do with AxKit so > closing the bug.

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