Ticket #113 ( Closed )

Short Description Session key
Entered By: MentisMan When: 1998-08-11 15:17:36 Build: 1.03.07A
Categories Type: Problem   Department: Product   Category: Troubleshooting
Hi ,

We got the first thing working again on the server side but now we have a session key problem that we did not have when it was on my local server.

It's obvious the seesion key is not being passed by the error message.

Error Diagnostic Information
Invalid QUERY specified in CFOUTPUT tag

The query named 'BUILD_STATUS' has not yet
executed. Please define this query in your
template file above the places where you use it

Date/Time: 08/11/98 12:58:27
Browser: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 4.0; Windows NT; c_commcd1)
Remote Address:
HTTP Referer: http://webservtest/cfxsurfer/ssacount.cfm
Template: C:\WEBS\DNet\cfxsurfer\ssacount2.cfm
Query String: sessionkey=
All we did was bring the stml over from the local to the server folder. Like I said it functioned normally locally.

The stml file is as follows:

<!--CContents -- Primestar Screensurfer transactions for Cold Fusion-->

<!---C1 This makes the connec
Append By: WindSurfer  When: 1998-08-11 16:36:07  New Status: Pending Customer
Comment Not all of the .stml came over-- there is a limit to the amount of data you can paste into a ticket--sorry for that.

What is happening is that no <TERESULT> tag is being encountered, so no results are being sent back (we think).

Please compile with trace on in Screensurfer, clear the trace file and then run a test. After that, view the trace file and see what is amiss in the SurferScript code.

The trace is key to identifying what is occurring when things don't work...! If there is anything you could use in the trace, such as more details in anything, let us know and we can get it in.

Append By: Davyd  When: 1998-08-11 16:44:58  New Status: Pending IE
Comment I recompiled with trace and got the following message. Are we not pointing to the right place? -------Trace File is Empty or Doesn't Exist!--------
Append By: WindSurfer  When: 1998-08-11 17:14:45  New Status: Pending Customer
Comment Well, not if you looked after running the test! If you compile with trace and access the terminal port from anywhere, you will get a trace file.

Maybe the DevCenter link you are using isn't pointing to the right server...