I'm back. My understanding is that nothing has changed in the environment except some "patches". We use Oracle on Solaris Unix server.
I did some more reading and charting of the code. It creates many and calls many functions. By piecing these functions and calls together, I believe the code is creating html that states:
If type=ADD_NEW print HTML as follows:
Note: eventName in above cgi-bin can be either a directory or the executable name, as Unix doesn't use extenstions. There's no documentation on paths for this, so I can try putting exe in both directory of eventName and in the directory cgi-bin.Code:formname="addRegForm" method=post action="text/html1010confirmAdd" /cgi-bin/eventName
Question: What does the 1010 mean after action="text/html1010
In ascii, 10 is character for new line. The 1010 is fed in from a function call that uses a variable that states s=10. The calling code is html%s%s which makes me think the code is to separate the text/html from the confirmAdd.
I'm going to try using a blank file as the place holder for the form addRegForm and see if that will work, as I don't see anything wrong with the code itself.
What are your thoughts?
As always, thank you so much for your help.