[ic] Problem getting Signio i/f to run
Webmaster of Infothai
Wed, 13 Dec 2000 17:00:01 +0700
Thanks for all the help and suggestions. This problem is now closed.
I checked the Signio web site and found that they had received the
latest test charges. With that clue, the final problem became clear:
some code I lifted from the Signio Perl API example was not quite
correct; once corrected, the results were returned all the way back
to the user, and both the Interchange display and the Signio log
agreed on the basic information.
On Wed, 13 Dec 2000 03:28:36 -0500, delionsweb - interchange wrote:
>Create a shell script that takes the place of pfpro and let that set the
>environment and pass on the parameters to pfpro.
>If you look in PFProAPI.pm you'll see where the pfpro binary is invoked
>what the expected order and number of parameters are.
>At 01:02 AM 12/13/2000, you wrote:
>>I've isolated my problems with the Signio interface routine
>>to the fact that 'pfpro' cannot find its library routine:
>>/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libpfpro.so" not found
>>The library routine is located in the interchange/lib directory,
>>along with the 'pfpro' program itself. Since I run in a virtual
>>server, I cannot put the library routine in /usr/lib (where some
>>documentation suggests it should go). Instead, I set the
>>'LD_LIBRARY_PATH' variable in the environment (as is suggested
>>elsewhere in the Signio documentation), and the 'test.sh' then works
>>under both my default shell (tcsh) and the Interchange default (sh).
>>I added the name 'LD_LIBARY_PATH' to the 'environment' variable
>>in interchange.cfg, but that had no effect.
>>It seems clear that the LD_LIBRARY_PATH value is not being
>>promulgated to the pfpro program when it is spawned from the
>>signio globalsub, but as I don't know how to accomplish this,
>>All suggestions and ideas are welcome.
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