Apache or CGI or RPG or FORM

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We recently updraded to v5r3 on our i5 and installed our new Apache server. We had web-apps running in RPG/CGI for months before the upgrade. The code hadn't changed, yet after the upgrade, the web-apps started to not work as designed or would not do anything when a form-button was clicked or sometimes a screen error on the browser. We changed all the forms to execute a "GET" instead of a "POST" and the apps work fine. Has anyone experienced this? Operations says it's the code, the code wasn't changed. Is this a set-up issue? PTF?
ASKED: February 7, 2005  4:56 PM
UPDATED: February 8, 2005  9:54 AM

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It seem to be a permission issue. Please check the
config file and folder permission, make sure it have to proper access right.

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  • mygoodname
    I recommend that you join the Yahoo EASY400 Group. I have not upgraded to v5r3 yet, but others in the group have and they have shared their experiences and issues which gave helped me in the past. Good luck.
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  • Sonotsky
    When you installed the new version of Apache, did it overwrite your old config file? Perhaps some of the module directives are missing from a "stock" installation, and need to be re-added...
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  • Rchevalier
    Our shop recently moved to V5R3 and experienced some issues with web apps and no, it's not the code. IBM changed some of the CGI API's which required us to change from using 'post' to 'get'. I wasn't directly involved as it involved a different application than the one I support but this is what I was told by a couple of the developers working on the issue. Rick
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