Python-ASP problem

Daniel Fackrell unlearned at DELETETHIS.learn2think.org
Thu Aug 8 21:29:19 CEST 2002


http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&th=a4dad0a578d43
6f6&rnum=3

seems to indicate a version-specific issue with win32all.

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Daniel Fackrell (unlearned at learn2think.org)
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"Christopher" <chris_mk at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:cc14131d.0208081115.7bf9db7b at posting.google.com...
> Hi everybody,
>
> I have a bit of a problem.  I've worked on personal projects at work
> using Python.  It was actually nice (nobody else used it, so everybody
> was shocked on my development time and left me alone to my own
> devices).  Well, a mixed blessing has arisen.  One of my projects is
> so succesful that we are implementing a company-wide 'version.'  The
> problem is they want to handle my scripts using ASP and Oracle.  Okay,
> that's fine and dandy.  I know 0 about ASP and my knowledge of SQL
> doesn't mean anything with the Oracle work they are using but we have
> ASP and Oracle specialists, so it shouldn't matter.  Except that there
> is an issue with the ASP and the ASP guy is asking me, and I am
> researching and trying things but my lack of ASP experience is killing
> me.  From what I gather, this should be relatively simple so maybe
> somebody out there can help.
>
> Here is the problem.  The ASP works fine the first time.  Results are
> returned, the page is written (the whole source for the ASP is below),
> everything is perfect.  However, it never works again.  Never, unless
> you re-save the asp page (nothing is returned, not even the html
> formatting before the script.  The asp guy thinks it locks up in the
> very first line, but has no idea why).  It is boggling my mind.  Here
> is a list of the python scripts that are either called by the asp
> directly or by modules the asp imports followed by that asp source (if
> you can help, please do, I want to hook my company on Python but I
> need to clear this hurdle asap in order to do so):
> Alias_For_Prog.py
> GenericLinkGen.py
> HTMLpage.html
> HTML_Formatter.py
> LocusLinkLinks.py
> mainScript.py
> Name_Extracter.py
> Nucleotide_Test_Script.py
> OLD_CK_Image2Py.py
> OLD_DG_Image.py
> PageFormatter.py
> PDB_Names.py
> RunProg.py
> Source_mainScript.py
> SP_Format.py
> SP_mouse_key.py
> SP_Query_Gen.py
> StringLoc.py
> TRD_Source.py
>
>
> <%@ Language="PYTHON" %>
> <HTML>
> <HEAD>
> <META NAME="GENERATOR" Content="Microsoft Visual Studio 6.0">
> </HEAD>
> <BODY>
>
> <%
>
> import Source_mainScript
> from PDB_Names import *
>
> #PublicSource='EmpDat'
> #Accession='XXXXXX'
>
> Accession=str(Request.QueryString('Accession'))
> PublicSource=str(Request.QueryString('PublicDatabase'))
>
> Response.Write('Debug Code:<br>')
> Response.Write('Accession:' + Accession + '<br>')
> Response.Write('PublicSource:' + PublicSource)
>
> #try:
>
> s=Source_mainScript.main(PublicSource, Accession, 0)
> Response.Write(s)
>
> #except:
> #Response.write('Error retriving data')
>
> %>
>
> </BODY>
> </HTML>





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