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From "J. Greenlees" <ja...@shaw.ca>
Subject Re: Weird Problem - Please Advise!
Date Sun, 25 Aug 2002 06:57:02 GMT
did you check for any script variables that may be affecting the headers 
data?
sometimes the data in the variable being in conflict with the headers?
since I'm assuming it doesn't require sql. the fact it gets through 
sometimes indicates it has to be something in the data the script is 
passing.

Rob Vella wrote:

>To anyone who knows what's going on:
>
>	I'm not sure if this problem is related to PHP, mod_ssl, or Apache, but I'm
>posting in all 3 places. Here's my story:
>
>I set-up a credit card processing script through Authorize.net, it runs on
>Apache with PHP and mod_ssl. Sometimes upon submitting a form (for clients),
>they get "Page cannot be displayed". It's too common of an occurence to be
>blamed on IE directly (Though it only happens on IE, on several different
>machines). I've considered it's maybe an SSL error, possibly
>mis-communication of protocols, or the PHP script sending back weird
>information, or Apache? I have NO CLUE at this point and it's making me mad
>almost. I would GREATLY appreciate any help from anyone.
>
>Thanks a lot!
>Rob Vella
>wx@wxcs.com
>rvella@college-without-classes.com
>
>
>
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