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From (Jon Teichrow)
Subject Re: Win32 module problem
Date Fri, 12 Jun 1998 00:32:48 GMT
Thanks Dean,

I tried the obvious with no luck.  Here's my code:

// Output data in printf fashion
int COutputManager::printf(const char *fmt, ...) const
 int n=0;
    va_list vlist;

    va_start(vlist, fmt);
 if (!m_r->connection->aborted)
  n = ap_vbprintf(m_r->connection->client, fmt, vlist);

    return n;

Basically, "aborted" is never set and, so, the call goes through to
ap_vbprintf with a bogus "client".  I don't think using ap_rputs will help
because it will begin using client in the same way.  If it helps, my
handler is not furiously calling my printf function.  In fact, at the time I
hit the "Stop" button in the client, I am trying to connect to Oracle via
OCI.  The connection attempt to Oracle is never halted.  Upon return
from connecting to Oracle the module then starts ouputting via printf,
but the connection at that point is bogus.  I'll dig deeper...

Many thanks,


-----Original Message-----
From: Dean Gaudet <>
To: <>
Date: Thursday, June 11, 1998 2:07 PM
Subject: Re: Win32 module problem

>Use the ap_r*() functiosn such as ap_rputs().  If you don't, then you have
>to properly test r->connection->client->aborted ... or something like
>that.  Go look at ap_rputs() et al for an example.
>On Thu, 11 Jun 1998, Jon Teichrow wrote:
>> Greetings,
>> Having a bit of trouble with a module I'm writing.
>> My current development environment is Win32 hosted
>> (1.3b7).
>> During the handling of a request that is aborted
>> from the client (e.g. user hits *Stop* in browser) my
>> module is never given an indication that the connection
>> was terminated.  Not knowing of the termination,
>> my module continues to output HTML and eventually
>> croaks because "r->connection->client" is bogus.  I have
>> registered cleanup functions but these are not called.  Am
>> I not providing a hook I should be?
>> Thanks.

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