• Subject: RE: Problems with Error 500
  • From: "Christopher A. Libby" <clibby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2001 13:26:57 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

>  >> Hello all - I've been working on a couple sample RPG-CGI
> programs.  I'm
> running into a problem with Internal Server Errors.
> Christopher, your problem is in the $WrStout subroutine.  It
> should be Eval
> WrtDta = %TrimR(WrtDta) + NewLine - without the %Trim the Newline gets
> added and immediately dropped.  Another comment - the constant calling of
> the API will slow your program down and is not necessary.  Your
> entire page
> could be done with a single call.

Thanks for the help.

> Studying your code leaves me with some other questions though.  It appears
> <snip>
> use varying length fields and CALLP.
> Just curious.

<blank stare>Uhmmm...I just copied it off a web page??? :>   I'm rather new
to using RPG as a CGI.  I guess I should have thought of only using one API
call, but I've done a lot of work in Active Server Pages (brainless

One question I have for you would be this - what happens if my web page
exceeds 1024 bytes?  Do I need to constantly watch the length of WrtDta,
then call the API when it's around 1024 bytes?


Maine Public Service Company

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