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Oh, I have no idea what the correct URL should be for your scripts -- I was just going by what was used in the URL.  The URL that was used was http://212.100.250.146/cgi-bin/foxweb.exe/procAdvice@eapsite/, which is invalid, because of the slash character at the end.

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Sent by Sameer K on 05/12/2005 02:08:46 AM:
Hi,
Isn't the correct path supposed to be http://212.100.250.146/cgi-bin/foxweb.exe/procAdvice@eapsite/advice where advice.prg is the program in which the procedure procAdvice resides?
 
Regards,
Sameer
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 05/11/2005 11:46:28 AM:
The problem is caused by the final slash in the URL.  The URL that was used in this case was http://212.100.250.146/cgi-bin/foxweb.exe/procAdvice@eapsite/.  The correct URL would be http://212.100.250.146/cgi-bin/foxweb.exe/procAdvice@eapsite.

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Sent by Sameer K on 05/10/2005 05:29:35 PM:
Hi,
Here are the CGI Data
 
Request Protocol = HTTP/1.1
Request Method = GET
Executable Path = /cgi-bin/foxweb.exe
Logical Path = procAdvice@eapsite/
Physical Path = d:\inetpub\wwwroot\procAdvice@eapsite\
Query String =
Server Software = Microsoft-IIS/5.0
Server Name = 212.100.250.146
Server Port = 80
Server Admin Name = administrator
Server Admin = support@bluecinder.com
CGI version = CGI/1.1
Remote Host = 62.232.8.36
Remote Address = 62.232.8.36
Authentication Method =
Authenticated Username =
Cookie =
User-Agent = Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1)
Referer = http://212.100.250.146/cgi-bin/foxweb.exe/procAdvice@eapsite/advice?account=1359
Program Path = eapsite/
Current Channel = 1
 
Regards,
Sameer
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 05/10/2005 03:10:22 PM:
This error may be caused by a malformed URL.  Please provide us with the content of the Server Variables (aka CGI Data) associated with this error.  The variable I'm interested in is CGI.LogicalPath.

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Sent by Sameer K on 05/09/2005 06:21:06 PM:
Hi,
I am using FoxWeb 1.29. I can see "Not a character expression" error in the error log. How do I figure out which line in my code is causing this error? In the error log it says the following:
 
Error Number : 45
Program : FoxWeb Foundation Program
Line Number : 146
Line : RUN script
 
Thanks,
Sameer