Bob,

I get the same error on your page as I'm getting on mine...when i click on 
View the HTML Source for... I get a 500 Internal Server error...

Shane Cessna  
Senior iSeries Programmer
iSeries WebSphere & Tomcat Administrator
North American Lighting, Inc.
(618) 662-4483 x2776
shane_cessna@xxxxxxx 



"Bob Cozzi" <cozzi@xxxxxxxxx> 
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There are about 72 things you have to do in a CGI program and 
configuration to
make it work. You do this once and then you're golden with all future CGI
programs.
While I don't use CGIDEV2 anymore, I do have some CGI program examples on 
my
website. While they use CGILIB (from RPG xTools) they do "work" the same 
way
CGIDEV2 works. So the calls to cgiGetVar() is similar to the call to 
CGIDEV2's
zhbGetVar().
The url is: www.rpgiv.com/apps


-Bob Cozzi
www.RPGxTools.com
RPG xTools - Enjoy programming again.

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I tried Scott's suggestion, to no avail...

my CGIDEBUG file acts like it's not even getting to my clrhtmlbuffer(); 
line of code...

Shane Cessna 
Senior iSeries Programmer
iSeries WebSphere & Tomcat Administrator
North American Lighting, Inc.
(618) 662-4483 x2776
shane_cessna@xxxxxxx 



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The GET limit is around 4k but really isn't 4k.
The POST limit is unlimited.



On 4/27/06 3:55 PM, "Matt.Haas@xxxxxxxxxxx" <Matt.Haas@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> You should use a POST for sure. URL's have length limits that vary
> somewhat but typically you start having problems around 1024 characters.
> Also, GET data is written to the log files so long URL's take up more
> disk space. POST data can be much longer. I think the default limit is
> around 10MB but that can be changed.
> 
> Matt 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
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> On Behalf Of Shane_Cessna@xxxxxxx
> Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2006 4:44 PM
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> 
> Is there a length limit on what you can send though get or post???
> 
> I have a textarea field on a form that's 500 characters, user field
> that's 
> 10, reqnum field that's 12, and altflag field that's 1...
> 
> Shane Cessna 
> Senior iSeries Programmer
> iSeries WebSphere & Tomcat Administrator
> North American Lighting, Inc.
> (618) 662-4483 x2776
> shane_cessna@xxxxxxx 



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