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Simple PostgreSQL CGI connection question

 [1/2] from: ralph:abooks at: 24-Feb-2002 9:12

I'm playing with Rebol/Command scripts to access a PostgreSQL database and run SQL queries using ODBC on Win 2000. The scripts work great from the console but bomb out when run from the web via CGI, giving the following error: ** Script Error: Feature not available in this REBOL ** Where: do-boot ** Near: db: open odbc://PostgreSQL books: first Here's the script: db: open odbc://PostgreSQL books: first db insert books "select title,author,isbn,price from books where topic like '%Resnick%' order by title;" a: copy books print first a close db Do I need a newer version of Command (using 2.0) or am I doing something wrong? Thanks, --Ralph Roberts

 [2/2] from: petr::krenzelok::trz::cz at: 25-Feb-2002 14:12

Hi, a typical path problem imo! Your license.key was not found! Try copying it to the place where your script is placed. Take care though - a security issue imo. I haven't tried to find out, how to adapt Rebol path environment variables to look for license.key in the place of rebol executable ... Any cute unixman to help here? Cheers, -pekr- Ralph Roberts / ALEXANDER BOOKS wrote: