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From "Geoghegan, James \(CSS\)" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache2 variable was undefined warning message
Date Wed, 07 Jun 2006 15:15:43 GMT
Can anyone help with the following?


After editing the httpd.conf file of an Apache2 http installation to add
the environment variables:


setenv DIRECT_SYSTEM /apps/CapitaDirect/System

setenv DIRECT_TEMPLATE /apps/CapitaDirect/Template





I then used "/usr/apache2/bin/apachectl start" to start the httpd
server, but got a warning message for each variable:


[Wed Jun 07 16:07:20 2006] [warn] PassEnv variable DIRECT_SYSTEM was

[Wed Jun 07 16:07:20 2006] [warn] PassEnv variable DIRECT_TEMPLATE was

Syntax OK


..and the httpd server did not start. I have found lots of reports of
this using Google, but no-one seems to know the solution. Does anybody
here know how to resolve this?


This works ok on earlier versions of Apache http.




James Geoghegan

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