[mapserver-users] gmap75 Help
woodbri at swoodbridge.com
Tue Jan 8 16:13:37 EST 2002
A further update!
I changed the first if block in gmap75.php3 to
$HTTP_FORM_VARS = $HTTP_POST_VARS;
else if (isset($HTTP_GET_VARS))
$HTTP_FORM_VARS = $HTTP_GET_VARS;
$HTTP_FORM_VARS = array("");
to get by the problem of loading that, but ran into the following
problem that I have narrowed down to the line gmap75.php3:506
$poLayer = $gpoMap->getlayerbyname($szLayerName);
which segvs when it it first called from gmap75.phtml:175 via
I don't think I can take this much further.
Does anyone have a clue as to what I should check or do next?
Stephen Woodbridge wrote:
> I have a little bit more on this. I have narrowed it down to the
> include("gmap75.php3"); line, which by the way should be written as
> include("./gmap75.php3") to force php to look in the local directory and
> not in the include path if one is set in the php3.ini file as is my
> case. This would make it more portable to other people's systems.
> I wrote 2 trivial scripts at
> where t.php3 is:
> if (!extension_loaded("MapScript"))
> dl("php_mapscript.so"); // Same name for PHP3 and PHP4
> and t2.php3 is the same except the include is commented out. You will
> notice that the phpinfo() output is truncated on t.php3 and not on
> t2.php3. There is also a segv logged in the error_log for t.php3.
> Any ideas?
> Stephen Woodbridge wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I just downloaded gmap75 to try with the released mapserver 3.5 and ran
> > into the following problems:
> > 1) the symbols.sym file needs to be edited to change all line:
> > "Filled" to "Filled TRUE"
> > 2) when I tried to load the initial page I go back "The document
> > contained no data." dialog box and the apache error log:
> > [Tue Jan 8 08:42:29 2002] [notice] child pid 18409 exit signal
> > Segmentation fault (11)
> > My config setup is at:
> > http://swoodbridge.com/web2/ms_test/phpinfo_mapscript.php3
> > and the gmap demo is at:
> > http://swoodbridge.com/web2/gmap/htdocs/index.php3
> > I edited the map file for this location. Are there any other hard coded
> > paths that might cause this?
> > Any suggestions on how to debug this?
> > Any help would be appreaciated.
> > -Steve Woodbridge
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