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Item3511: Can't go to "next" screen in configure, using Win XP

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See report in TWiki:Support/ConfigurePageNextButtonSubmitIsnotWo :
I have installed new twiki Release 4.1.0. when i am running bin/configure it is opening the page and clicking Next button , it is not working,(the submission is not happening)

in the server log it showing the error message like this

"Subroutine TWiki::Configure::Checker::tmpfile redefined at /usr/lib/perl5/5.8/Exporter.pm line 65.\n at /usr/lib/perl5/5.8/cygwin/POSIX.pm line 19\n Subroutine TWiki::Configure::Checker::tmpnam redefined at /usr/lib/perl5/5.8/Exporter.pm line 65.\n at /usr/lib/perl5/5.8/cygwin/POSIX.pm line 19\n"

TWiki version: TWikiRelease04x01x00
TWiki plugins: DefaultPlugin, EmptyPlugin, InterwikiPlugin
Server OS: Windows Xp
Web server: Apache 1.3
Perl version: perl v5.8.7


I am having exactly the same problem. I have a working 4.0.5 installation. I renamed the TWiki directory and did a clean install of TWiki_4.1.0 into a new twiki directory. I get no response when I click on Next in the Configuration page with IE7. With Firefox I get an error message stating, "Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (c) isn't accociated with any program." I get the exact same error message as Prathap in the server log.

I use the same version of Apache, running on Windows XP. One difference is that I use CYGWIN and the version of Perl that comes with it, which is 5.8.7.

-- PTh

If would be nice if the reporter would run configure and save the html page and upload it so we can see what is missing

-- TWiki:Main.KennethLavrsen - 29 Jan 2007

That message "the protocol (c) isn't..." suggests strongly that there is an issue with a path somewhere; for example, c:/ instead of c:\, or something like that. If a string like this: c:/windows is set as the default URL host, for example, I might expect to see an error like this.

-- TWiki:Main.CrawfordCurrie - 29 Jan 2007

I asked the two reporters to send the html output of the configure screen. What is puzzling is the the form action seems to be a hard coded <form method="post" action="configure" enctype="multipart/form-data" name="update">, so where does a protocol other than http come into play?

-- TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny - 30 Jan 2007

I got the html file from one of the reporters. It has this form tag:

<FORM name=update action=d:\twiki\bin\CONFIG~2 method=post 
encType=multipart/form-data>

The action is d:\twiki\bin\CONFIG~2 instead of configure.

To debug, I asked the reporter to replace line 524 ff of configure:

    print CGI::start_form({ name=>'update',
                            action=>$scriptName,
                            method=>"post" });

with this:

    print "<form name='update' action='$scriptName' method='post'>";

Why so much reliance on the cgi module? I find it much safer to generate XHTML code directly.

-- TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny - 30 Jan 2007

Reply from reporter:

I have replaced the line 524 as you suggested but still it is not working.

Finally I have replaced the line 147 my $scriptName = pop(@script); with my $scriptName='Configure'; then it is working even without changing the line 524.

Let me know is it good approach or not.

This looks like a good solution to me. No need for full path name, just the name of the tool is fine, so it can be hard-coded.

-- TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny - 31 Jan 2007

I fixed it by filtering out the path from the script name. This is safer (such as perserving case).

Fix:

 pop(@root);
 my @script = File::Spec->splitdir($0);
 my $scriptName = pop(@script);
+$scriptName =~ s/.*[\/\\]//;  # Fix for Item3511, on Win XP

 # Try to load the LocalLib.cfg optional overload

Waiting for reporter to verify before closing this.

-- TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny - 31 Jan 2007

Marking you as working on it, so we know.

-- CC

Closing this item, I got the confirmation that this fixes the issue.

-- PTh

Thanks for the fix. Already merged to Patch04x01.

KJL

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Summary Can't go to "next" screen in configure, using Win XP
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.PeterThoeny
Codebase 4.1.0
SVN Range TWiki-4.1.0, Mon, 22 Jan 2007, build 12595
AppliesTo Engine
Component

Priority Urgent
CurrentState Closed
WaitingFor

Checkins 12675
TargetRelease patch
ReleasedIn 4.1.1
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Topic revision: r13 - 2007-02-05 - JasonHill
 
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