dowalk problems

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fileformat
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dowalk problems

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I'm trying to get Webinator working but am having problems with dowalk. I've tried a bunch of different settings, and have gotten errors with each:

Using my public address:
Had this error: Cannot resolve host `www.myhost.info': Host not found

Switching the DNS to system: same error

Also switch Net mode to system:
Had this error: HttpSendRequest() to www.myhost.info:80 failed: ERROR_12007_317

For grins, I tried it with http://127.0.0.1/
With DNS=internal and net=internal
Had this error: (Can't create socket: 10106 - unknown winsock error,Cannot connect to 127.0.0.1:80: The requested service provider could not be loaded or initialized.)

With DNS=system and net=system
Had this error: HttpSendRequest() to 127.0.0.1:80 failed: ERROR_12029_317


My Texis -version is
Texis Web Script (Vortex) Copyright (c) 1996-2004 Thunderstone - EPI, Inc.
Free Webinator Version 4.04.1073585923 of Jan 8, 2004 (i686-intel-winnt-32-32)

I'm running on WinXP, have plenty of memory. I can see with the network address and the host name (both ping and wget). I'm running everything as an administrator.
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Is 127.0.0.1 what the name you used should resolve to? The errors from Net mode system correspond to the internal. ERROR_12007_317 indicates the name could not be resolved, and ERROR_12029_317 means it could not connect.

You might also try invoking the walk from the command line in case there are permission issues via the webserver you are using.
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fileformat
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Running it from the command line works using the command line displayed in the web interface.

What would cause this? Are there any special path/env settings that it needs? What special permissions does it need (I'm already running as an administrator, so I'm not sure what else I can do)? Is there a debug parameter or something that will give me more information about what is failing or what it needs?

Texis seems to be working correctly as a CGI program for configuring, monitoring and searching.
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Post by mark »

You may be running as administrator, but the CGI program within the webserver environment doesn't. It's probably running as a very unprivileged user. It would seem that that user has no access to any network resources (like DNS and web) which are required to do a walk, but to search.

Check your webserver's config to see what user it is running CGI's as. Enable DNS and web for that user.
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