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From Andrew Ho <and...@tellme.com>
Subject Re: Unwanted "\n" in output
Date Mon, 16 Apr 2001 17:13:55 GMT
Hello,

WL>One of my scrips has a problem that in the response , 7 times a '\n'
WL>charecter is put before the actual XML text (seen by using ethereal ).
WL>This confuses my clients XML parser (M$ parser ).

Actually, I think you are misdiagnosing your problem. The "7\n" that you
are seeing in your packet sniff sounds like a chunked Transfer-Encoding
byte size (check RFC 2616, the HTTP 1.1 specification, and read up on
chunked Transfer-Encoding). This would be perfectly normal in the case
that Apache doesn't know the Content-Length to send (which for scripts, it
won't unless you set it yourself).

Humbly,

Andrew

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