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Re: [ApacheGallery] .cache vs GalleryCacheDir in v0.7



Dallas Engelken wrote:

I have one other problem that is probably related to my apache conf setup. running redhat 8 and apache 2.0, i cant get CGI to pass param()'s across when it references P1010038.JPG?width=800 - param('width') should = 800, but it's undefined. it's like it doesnt parse CGI params when the file name is .JPG? is there a rewrite rule or something i'm missing???
Thanks,
Dallas

anyone have any idea on this part? CGI param() doesnt seem to store a damn thing when i try to use the slideshow or get a different resolution of the photo. i assume it's because the filename ends in .JPG and CGI ignores it?
dallas

okay, here is a lot more info on my CGI.pm params problem... hopefully someone can tell me what the quick fix is that i'm missing. i promise i'm done posting message after this, so please dont scream :)
i changed

   my %cookies = fetch CGI::Cookie;
   if ($cgi->param('width')) {

to

   my %cookies = fetch CGI::Cookie;
   print STDERR "A::G width param is " . $cgi->param('width') . "\n";
   if ($cgi->param('width')) {


and changed

   $tpl->assign(WIDTH => ($width > $height ? $width : $height));
if ($cgi->param('slideshow') && $cgi->param('slideshow') == $interval and $nextpicture) {
to

   $tpl->assign(WIDTH => ($width > $height ? $width : $height));
print STDERR "A::G slideshow param is " . $cgi->param('slideshow') . "\n"; if ($cgi->param('slideshow') && $cgi->param('slideshow') == $interval and $nextpicture) {

tailing my error log shows...

A::G width param is
A::G slideshow param is
A::G slideshow param is
A::G slideshow param is
A::G slideshow param is
A::G slideshow param is
[Fri Dec 19 21:58:27 2003] [error] [client 10.1.1.1] File does not exist: /var/www/html/pics/2003-12/2003-12-19/.cache, referer: http://redhat.kicks-ass.net:8000/pics/2003-12/2003-12-19/PC190017.JPG?slideshow=15;width=640
based on the referer address you see in the error, those params should
have values... if i override the param with something like
   print STDERR "A::G width param is " . $cgi->param('width') . "\n";
   $cgi->param('width','1024');
print STDERR "A::G overridding width param as " . $cgi->param('width') . "\n";
   if ($cgi->param('width')) {

it will display the image in 1024x768

error_log snip....
A::G width param is
A::G overridding width param as 1024
A::G slideshow param is

so it's definitely a CGI.pm or apache problem i'm dealing with here on the initial request... its like it just ignores the $ENV{'QUERY_STRING'}... guess i could change to forms and try a POST instead of GET, but i'm doubting that will help since CGI.pm is not picky about the method.
thanks again..
dallas



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