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From Dave Viner <davevi...@pobox.com>
Subject Re: APR::Request::Apache2 param() method
Date Wed, 31 Jan 2007 21:25:22 GMT
removing the enctype makes no difference.  still encounter the same  
error.

i also added discard_request_body...  the code now reads:

     my $req = APR::Request::Apache2->handle($r);
     $r->discard_request_body;
     my($arg_status,$body_status) = $req->param_status();
     $r->log->debug("Parsing returned $arg_status, $body_status");  
#this is line 43

     if($r->method_number() == Apache2::Const::M_POST)
     {
         my $ps = $req->param();
         foreach my $k (keys(%$ps))
         {
             $r->log->warn("Got $k => " . $ps->{$k});
         }
         ## verify that we got an  alert id
         my $alert_id = $req->param('alerts_id');
         my $alert_email = $req->param('alerts_email');
         $r->log->debug("!!!!!!!!!!!! Checking params");
         if(!$alert_id)
         {
             $r->log->warn("no alert id given");



here's the output in the error log:

[Wed Jan 31 13:17:32 2007] [debug] /Users/dviner/Documents/amb/dev/ 
aboutmybaby/AMB/Handlers/MailingList/Remove.pm(17): [client  
127.0.0.1] using mod_perl handler for removing mailing list, referer:  
http://lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/remove? 
alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com
Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at /Users/ 
dviner/Documents/amb/dev/aboutmybaby/AMB/Handlers/MailingList/ 
Remove.pm line 43.
[Wed Jan 31 13:17:32 2007] [debug] /Users/dviner/Documents/amb/dev/ 
aboutmybaby/AMB/Handlers/MailingList/Remove.pm(43): [client  
127.0.0.1] Parsing returned Missing input data, , referer: http:// 
lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/remove? 
alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com
[Wed Jan 31 13:17:32 2007] [debug] /Users/dviner/Documents/amb/dev/ 
aboutmybaby/AMB/Handlers/MailingList/Remove.pm(55): [client  
127.0.0.1] !!!!!!!!!!!! Checking params, referer: http:// 
lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/remove? 
alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com
[Wed Jan 31 13:17:32 2007] [warn] [client 127.0.0.1] no alert id  
given, referer: http://lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/ 
remove?alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com


I also tried to verify my sanity by using CGI.pm to print out what  
the parameters are that are received...
here's that output and code:

[Wed Jan 31 13:23:30 2007] [debug] /Users/dviner/Documents/amb/dev/ 
aboutmybaby/AMB/Handlers/MailingList/Remove.pm(18): [client  
127.0.0.1] using mod_perl handler for removing mailing list, referer:  
http://lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/remove? 
alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com
Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at /Users/ 
dviner/Documents/amb/dev/aboutmybaby/AMB/Handlers/MailingList/ 
Remove.pm line 44.
[Wed Jan 31 13:23:30 2007] [debug] /Users/dviner/Documents/amb/dev/ 
aboutmybaby/AMB/Handlers/MailingList/Remove.pm(44): [client  
127.0.0.1] Parsing returned Missing input data, , referer: http:// 
lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/remove? 
alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com
[Wed Jan 31 13:23:30 2007] [warn] [client 127.0.0.1] Got [CGI]  
alerts_id => 44524, referer: http://lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/ 
mailing_list/remove?alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com
[Wed Jan 31 13:23:30 2007] [warn] [client 127.0.0.1] Got [CGI]  
alerts_email => bobo2@jones.com, referer: http:// 
lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/remove? 
alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com
[Wed Jan 31 13:23:30 2007] [warn] [client 127.0.0.1] Got [CGI] submit  
=> Remove, referer: http://lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/ 
remove?alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com
[Wed Jan 31 13:23:30 2007] [debug] /Users/dviner/Documents/amb/dev/ 
aboutmybaby/AMB/Handlers/MailingList/Remove.pm(62): [client  
127.0.0.1] !!!!!!!!!!!! Checking params, referer: http:// 
lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/remove? 
alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com
[Wed Jan 31 13:23:30 2007] [warn] [client 127.0.0.1] no alert id  
given, referer: http://lalala.aboutmybaby.localhost/mailing_list/ 
remove?alerts_email=bobo2@jones.com

CODE:

     my $req = APR::Request::Apache2->handle($r);
     $r->discard_request_body;
     my($arg_status,$body_status) = $req->param_status();
     $r->log->debug("Parsing returned $arg_status, $body_status");

     if($r->method_number() == Apache2::Const::M_POST)
     {
         my $ps = $req->param();
         foreach my $k (keys(%$ps))
         {
             $r->log->warn("Got [APR::Request::Apache2] $k => " . $ps- 
 >{$k});
         }
         my $cgi = CGI->new($r);
         my $pscgi = $cgi->Vars();
         foreach my $k (keys(%$pscgi))
         {
             $r->log->warn("Got [CGI] $k => " . $pscgi->{$k});
         }
         ## verify that we got an  alert id
         my $alert_id = $req->param('alerts_id');
         my $alert_email = $req->param('alerts_email');
         $r->log->debug("!!!!!!!!!!!! Checking params");
         if(!$alert_id)
         {
             $r->log->warn("no alert id given");


How is it that CGI.pm finds the parameter and APR::Request::Apache2  
does not??

thanks
dave




On Jan 30, 2007, at 12:49 PM, Joe Schaefer wrote:

> Dave Viner <daveviner@pobox.com> writes:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am having a strange problem with APR::Request::Apache2 and the  
>> param
>> () method.  When I send a POST from Firefox, my code works  
>> perfectly.  When I
>> send a POST from Safari or Windows/IE, my code fails.
>>
>> Here is the HTML which displays the form to send:
>>         <form name="delete_alert" action="/mailing_list/remove"  
>> method="post"
>> enctype="multipart/form-data">
>   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>
> Have you tried it with the default enctype?
>
>>         <input type="hidden" name="alerts_id" value="1234" />
>>         <input type="hidden" name="alerts_email"  
>> value="test@example.com">
>>         <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Remove">
>>         <input type="button" name="cancel" value="Cancel"
>> onclick="document.location='/'; return false;">
>>         <br class="clearing">
>>         </form>
>>
>> Here is the Perl code which handles this request:
>>
>>     my $req = APR::Request::Apache2->handle($r);
>
> Try adding
>
>       $r->discard_request_body;
>
> here, and then see what the body_status is.
> (The code didn't croak, so I don't think you're getting
> an error, but let's see anyhow).
>
> -- 
> Joe Schaefer


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