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Re: Oracle and Perl

by notsoevil (Pilgrim)
on Mar 30, 2001 at 09:13 UTC ( #68281=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Re: Oracle and Perl
in thread Oracle and Perl

I am almost positive there is a permissions problem.

I had the guy down there run the script from the DOS prompt, and no error occured. So, on recap seeing that both errors said 'Access Denied' I am thinking:

The 'user' the script is running under (inherited from webserver) is not able to access the database (via Oracle module or ODBC).

.. or ..

The 'user' the script is running under is not able to access any module, due in part perhaps to restrictive permissions on the Perl installation directories. I would have checked other modules (say, CGI for instance) today had I not taken the day off. I'll try tomorrow.

.. or ..

Something else along these lines. My problem is my sys admin knowledge does not stretch across to the NT platform this is sitting on. I'll have to remotely try to figure this out with the guy over the phone.

If anyone has suggestions along these 'permissions' lines, why it would be so, and such forth, please advise.

Jeremiah 49:32 - And their camels shall be a booty. . .

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