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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36710] - CGI output not captured
Date Tue, 09 Jan 2007 19:12:11 GMT
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             Status|RESOLVED                    |REOPENED
         Resolution|FIXED                       |




------- Additional Comments From hooterpincher@gmail.com  2007-01-09 11:12 -------
Yep, this still is an Issue on Windows XP with Apache 2.2.3.
I am Not a Windows Guy, so this took me about a week to figure out.
Some additional observations:  1) Internal cmd.exe commands (e.g. "echo", "dir")
work fine  2) Re-directing the output of an external program (such as "ping.exe"
or "netstat.exe") to a file yields a 0-length file. 3) If you set the "Allow
service to interact with desktop" checkbox in "Administrative
Tools->Services->Apache->properties->Log On", you can see the stdout from your
commands in a desktop window which closes when the command completes.
Also NB that running the script from a command line yields the expected results.
The only work-around I could find was to drop back to apache 1.3.34, which works
correctly. See also http://archive.apache.org/gnats/4898


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