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Published in: Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. In this chapter. No Starch Press. The purpose of the script is to help you identify all the problems outside the script that can prevent CGI scripts from running. If you are using the default Apache configuration. But really. The messages in this file are extremely useful when it comes to debugging a program.
That tells you next to nothing. Programmers need to see the log files. Carp qw fatalsToBrowser. So we have a problem. All you get is a screen telling you Internal Server Error.
The Results From this display you can see that the last script run was bad. It is accessed through a web browser. This helps prevent malicious user input from doing something nasty inside your program.
It is a good idea to turn on taint for any CGI program. Start by outputting a page header. This means that error messages show up in the browser instead of going only to the error log.
Carp module. The -T tells Perl to turn on taint checks. If this script errors out. This module will catch any fatal errors and print out an error message that is readable by the browser.
This is especially a good idea for this script. It looks ugly. The background color chosen for the errors is FF Or you can restrict the listing so that only the information for programs created by the user is displayed. You may want to utilize authentication to prevent unauthorized usage.
Not only do you have to know Perl programming. As a result. To help locate errors.
C ha pt er 3 No Starch Press. This shows the use of a debug function that prints out all the CGI and environment parameters. You can also see all the environment information passed to us by the CGI system. Using the Function To use the function. The form we filled in to get to this script took two parameters. From the debug output you can see the values we filled in. In order to print things.
This is done using the ref function. But there is a problem. If you have something else. Hacking the Script In the field. Some form elements. If you have an array reference. The only trick is how to get things started. The module name is Devel:: In other words. In this example. If you install this module.
The name of the main screen of an X Window System is host: If no host is specified. You have to have a terminal to use it. In the CGI programming environment. The ptkdb debugger requires a windowing system to run. Printing information to the screen is one of the more useful ways of getting debugging information out of a CGI system. You can now use the debugger to go through your code step by step in order to find problems. How It Works The simple answer is that it executes the following command: