yeah, you're right...i did call it from a command line...duh 8^)

the way CGIDEBUG looks, it appears that my program isn't even getting to 
the clrhtmlbuffer(); line of code...

i've checked what files my program manipulates and all of it is correct...

Shane Cessna  
Senior iSeries Programmer
iSeries WebSphere & Tomcat Administrator
North American Lighting, Inc.
(618) 662-4483 x2776
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> ZhbGetInput: Saved query string:
> ZhbGetInput: *** Error ***  Attempting to use QzhbCgiParse with invalid
> CGI_MODE = .  Server is .  Program will continue until it fails.
> ZhbGetInput: Request method =

Typically, the HTTP server would set environment variables that tell a CGI 

program about how the data was passed.  In a normal situation, the message 

would read like this:

> ZhbGetInput: *** Error ***  Attempting to use QzhbCgiParse with invalid
> CGI_MODE = %%MIXED%%.  Server is Apache. Program will continue until it 
fails.
> ZhbGetInput: Request method = POST

Typically, the HTTP server sets environment variables named CGI_MODE, 
SERVER_SOFTWARE, and REQUEST_METHOD that tell the program how the data is 
passed to it, and which HTTP server is doing the passing.

However, in your case, they're all blank.  Maybe you called it from the 
command-line instead of through a web server?


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