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From Dietmar.Muel...@eurotours.at
Subject [users@httpd] Antwort: [users@httpd] Apache Losing Post Data
Date Tue, 06 Nov 2007 07:59:06 GMT
Hello Stephen,

i see also the problem on my webpage but this isn't in my case a apache 
problem.
This happens, when in a form the request is submit via html button, but 
the form
submit is done with javascript when onClick is fired. pls look to the 
return stmt
from the js function. Current I have to search again for the exact 
problem/
browsers/solution.

regards Dietmar




"Stephen Johnston" <stephen.johnston@guildlaunch.com> 
06.11.2007 04:42
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Greetings,
 
I have a fairly busy application, 11 million pageviews a month or so, that 
uses Windows 2003, Apache 2.0.5x and php 5.2.3 using mod_rewrite on about 
90% of the requests.
 
The application periodically and without an obvious reason just completely 
loses all POST data. The php $_POST object is completely empty and the raw 
post data in php://input are completely empty. This happens about 1 out of 
100 or more POST requests. We've ruled out direct (code level) application 
bugs because for most people the error never occurs and because the same 
person can resubmit the form POST a few times and it will get through. 
 
Does this issue sound familiar to anyone? I've looked through the usual 
bug databases and I see hints of our problem but the solutions they 
mention don't ever work or they have no solution.
 
Any input out there?


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