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From Lee Fellows <lfell...@4lane.com>
Subject Re: CGI generated pages reloading with Apache 2 on WinXP
Date Wed, 19 Jun 2002 12:49:42 GMT
Have you tried looking at the page source as seen by the browser to
see what it (the browswer) sees at these times?



On Wed, 2002-06-19 at 05:53, Richard Adams wrote:
> Flipside Web Design - Hand Made Web DesignHi,
> 
> I've tried the FAQ and bug database, and have seen a similar problem
> reported at: http://bugs.apache.org/index.cgi/full/9283  - although not the
> same circumstances in creating the problem.
> 
> I have been running Apache 1.3 on a Win98 machine but now have moved to a
> WinXP Pro machine with Apache 2.0.36
> 
> Mostly it works fine, including with CGI / PERL, but if I submit some data
> via a form that is parsed by a PERL script which results in a reasonable
> amount of data, only some of the resulting page is show.  These are often
> (but not always) pages with form data on them, but there is no problem with
> the HTML.  Internet Explorer (v6) tends to either do nothing, or start
> loading the page, then start reloading it, then reload it a third time with
> no parameters sent to the script, resulting in the default action.  Mozilla
> copes better as it always displays some of the resulting page, but not all
> of it.
> 
> Nothing shows up in the Apache error log (which catches all other errors),
> and the access log shows the data as being sent, e.g.:
> 
> 127.0.0.1 - - [19/Jun/2002:10:08:30 +0000] "POST /flickdot/cgi-bin/flick.cgi
> HTTP/1.1" 200 67437
> 
> This page actually never made it to the browser.
> 
> I can provide more details etc., but wondered if others have had this
> problem?
> 
>     Many thanks, Richard Adams (this is my first posting to the list).
> 
> 
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