send variables(at least two) from cgi to perl script does not work

Posted on 2000-05-11
Last Modified: 2010-03-05
when i send variables from a cgi scipt to another perl script i make a mistake i think.
at work it works whereas at home the same file does not work.

i have two variables and sending them to perl script as;
and in perl script;

$query = new CGI;
$aranan = $query->param('arama');
$timelimit = $query->param('timelimit');

i use that method in order to get variables. but all variables are in the $aranan variable.
f.e. if timelimit=3 and ara=EM (in cgi)then $aranan (in perlscript) becomes EM;3 whereas $timelimit is NULL.

What can be problem?
Thanks in advance.
Question by:camasuvi
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maneshr earned 90 total points
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you need to have a & between the two variables instead of ;





Expert Comment

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Also, if this works at the office and not at home, are you using the same Web server?  A less robust web server may not handle certain CGI requests the same as a full blown Apache/IIS web server.

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ID: 2803254
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Author Comment

ID: 2803255
yeah, this is my fault.
LVL 16

Expert Comment

ID: 2804474
most welcome :-)

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