Note: If a query times out, then it is possible to run it from the command line in the following way. You will need a Perl environment to do so.
Enter the query parameters as usual but don't press the "GO" button. Instead, press the "Create input for batch program" button.
Perl parameter code will be displayed in your browser. Copy and paste it to a text file (eg. my_input.txt).
On your computer, run the Perl program from the command line, indicating where the program, input file, and database files are found on your computer :
perl -T /usr/lib/cgi-bin/searchorf.cgi -infile my_input.txt -dbpath '/usr/lib/cgi-bin/' > my_output.html
When it has finished running, double-click the output file (eg. my_output.txt) to view the output in a browser.
The program and databases (and little images files called *.gif) can be found at www.canoz.com/ah/perl_programs_jan2009