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Re: Apache/mod_perl2 : "failed to resolve handler"

by ikegami (Patriarch)
on Jun 20, 2005 at 15:40 UTC ( [id://468392]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Apache/mod_perl2 : "failed to resolve handler"

This is not the appropriate place for mod_perl support. Check mod_perl's Getting Help.

I do have a quick comment and possible solution:

I don't think "traditional CGI" pays any attention to PerlSwitches, so it's no surprise it doesn't know about the new paths.

What's the package used in Hello.pm? It should be package pl::Hello.

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Re^2: Apache/mod_perl2 : "failed to resolve handler"
by mpeters (Chaplain) on Jun 20, 2005 at 16:22 UTC
    In addition to the above, try loading your module before using it as a handler. This will cause Apache to not even start if there are problems with it and thus catch your problem (with a better error message) earlier.
    PerlModule pl::Hello
    or in a startup.pl
    use pl::Hello;

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Re^2: Apache/mod_perl2 : "failed to resolve handler"
by jpeg (Chaplain) on Jun 20, 2005 at 16:24 UTC
    Changing the package line in Hello.pm from Hello to pl::Hello fixed it. Thanks.

    For the record, I listed the differences between the CGI script's @INC path and modperl's @INC path to demonstrate that the PerlSwitches directive worked; e.g., that this was not a problem with @INC not seeing /usr/local/apache2/pl. That wasn't my question; sorry if that was unclear.

    Update:
    ikegami, can you clarify your post? Was there some specific mod_perl related link you wanted me to see? You posted a search result for 'getting help'. I don't get what you're trying to tell me.

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      ikegami, can you clarify your post? Was there some specific mod_perl related link you wanted me to see? You posted a search result for 'getting help'. I don't get what you're trying to tell me.

      Here's the link to mod_perl's Getting Help that ikegami meant.

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