babyleo11 at yahoo.com.sg
Wed Mar 30 01:09:42 EST 2005
i've solved my problem. Thanks Paulo for asking me to check the webserver's log. The program can't work because i didn't have .ncbirc file. Thanks everyone! Cheers!
Paulo Almeida <palmeida at igc.gulbenkian.pt> wrote:
Have you tried running blastp on that file with perl, from the command line? When you run it with cgi, can you check the webserver's log to see if there are any errors, or send the error output to the browser (I think you can do it with CGI::Carp, but I haven't done that in a long time)?
On Tue, Mar 29, 2005 at 07:38:15AM +0100, Minyi wrote:
> hi all,
> i'm doing a program to run blastp on cgi/perl. However, there's no hits found no matter what files i use. But when i run the program using standalone blast with the same files, there are hits found. Also, the same program can work for blastn on cgi/perl and standalone. The only thing it can't work is blastp on cgi/perl. Does anyone know what's the problem? Thank You!
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