am stuck getting Greenstone
to work properly on my IIS 6 server. I have sent several emails on this
the list and individual team members where appropriate. It seems that I
response with a possible clue and a request to follow up (which I have
but then no response back.
is pretty clear to me that
something is wrong with the way the gliserver.pl script outputs headers
IIS. If you look through the thread I have included below you will see
have tested other code which runs successfully and the Greenstone
as well. I do not have good enough knowledge of the scripting language
this. I was hoping to hear back from David, but I have not as yet.
I have stated below, I am
happy to allow the development team access to our server to test any
make them public to the community. We are not the only ones
experiencing this issue.
I have been contacted privately by another institution seeking a fix.
hope that someone will be
able to work with us to be able to finally and fully resolve this
is keeping us from going live which we need to do soon. We are in a
truly appreciate any
assistance the Greenstone team can render.
Management Information Services
Thanks for your response.
Your suggestion didn't work. But it did give
insight into the issue and inspired me to test this in a different way.
a "Hello World" type script online and I successfully executed it on
the server. So the set up of the web server is ok. Here is the script
print "Content-type: text/html
<title>A Simple Perl CGI</title>
<h1>A Simple Perl CGI</h1>
You can execute that at http://184.108.40.206/gsdl/cgi-bin/helloworld.pl
Attempting to execute http://220.127.116.11/gsdl/cgi-bin/gliserver.pl?cmd=check-installation
You may have full access to my web server to
diagnose this issue and provide a solution to the community. I just got
email from another user in my position who is also seeking a fix. Mine
an isolated incident. Contact me off list and I will be happy to
with credentials that will allow access.
From: David Milne
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 8:57 PM
To: Samuel Tyszler
Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Greenstone on
I dont have an IIS installation so I cant try
Could you please have a look at the
in the cgi-bin directory?
There is a line at the end of the
method where it outputs the content type. Just before this, try
print STDOUT "Status: 200 OK
then restart the webserver and see how that
works. Let me
know what happens either way.