always recommend you try the free version first to ensure you can run
EventHandler on your system.
The following are the minimum
requirement to run EventHandler.
Webserver operating under Windows NT,
Windows 2000, Windows 95/98, Unix/Linux, or compatible.
- We've seen it run on other operating
systems such as Macintosh with software that emulated a unix
- Most web servers have Perl installed
but you should check prior to attempting an install. We recommend
Perl version 5.004 or higher but any server on Perl 5 should be
- You must have the ability to FTP the
files to your server. If you server is local, this might not be
- You must have the ability to run CGI
scripts on your server.
Suggested (But Not
The following chart shows suggested
requirements along with notes and reasons why we recommend it.
5.005 or above
recommended if you are planning on translating into another language.
If you are UNIX web server, you can use the standard Sendmail
program in place of this.
|With a few
minor modifications, this can be overridden.
The free version does not included any mailing functions so this is
not a requirement.
module is used for a number of the extended features such as
is a standard in Perl version 5.004 and above. If you have 5.004 and
above, you already have thus module installed.
In order to use it, you must at least be running Perl version 5.003,
patchlevel 7 or higher.
mainly for emailing functions on NT servers but sockets can also be
used for Unix mailing.
module is Perl standard but a lot of administrators don't install it
or forget to install it.
Minor modifications can be made to override the use of it.
||This module is used on servers with Perl
version 5.004 and above to ensure case-conversion and pattern
matching respect the language environment.
recommended when translating into
other languages under Perl version 5.004 and above.