Nathan, Thanks for the help. It was the service program. Reinstalled it in the binding directory and all is well again. Marie date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 21:10:16 -0800 (PST) from: Nathan Andelin <nandelin@xxxxxxxxx> subject: Re: [WEB400] cgidev2 Definition not found problem Weird. Did the CGIDEV2 service program get moved or deleted? Is your binding directory referencing the right library? ----- Original Message ---- From: Marie Sebens <MSEBENS@xxxxxxxxxxx> To: web400@xxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Wednesday, February 14, 2007 3:05:27 PM Subject: [WEB400] cgidev2 Definition not found problem My company has started converting our websites over to the IBM apache server using CGIDEV2. We have several different web sites to convert but have only been working on one up to now. When I left work two days ago I was having no problems with creating CGI programs. Today (I was snowed out yesterday), I cannot get any CGI programs to create, even the ones that were creating fine two days ago. I keep getting "Definition not found for symbol . . ." for all of the CGIDEV2 APIs. I've tried binding the QZHBCGI service program from library QHTTPSVR during the create program process and have also tried adding this service program to my binding directory. No luck with either. The only changes made on the apache server that I have been able to track down are that one of my bosses started a new apache server session for another of our sites and a security certificate was added to the Apache server. Can anyone give me any ideas on how to solve this please? Thanks, Marie
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