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PHP Server Configuration

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I have a problem with my servers PHP configuration that is really begining
to fustrate the heck out of me. I have an intranet resume building
applications I wrote. The application is basically split into interface code
and back end code. How this is done is the front end PHP files will call a
specialized data processing PHP file, which in turn will usually direct the
browser back to the interface file via the header() function (with the
exception of for instance the log in page and a handful of others). The
problem I'm experianceing is that frequently PHP will generate the error:

CGI Error:

The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of
HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:

Frequently this error will be generating with you try using the header
function to redirect to a web page that does not exist on the server.
However these pages do indeed exist.

I am running PHP on Windows XP Pro and PHP version 4.3.2, this is my
personal development server. I am running it with IIS 5.1, with Visual
Studio.Net Enterprise Architect edition and the server is configured with
the Microsoft.Net Frame Work version 1.1.

Second question, does anyone know of any good references on meshing PHP and
ASP.Net web services? I was interested in using these technology together
and basically just seeing what I can do. Thanks a lot
Jul 16 '05 #1
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Hi Carlo,

did you get a fix to this, I'm getting the same problem and it's driving me mad.!

Stuart

"Carlo Razzeto" <cr******@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<e4********************@comcast.com>...
I have a problem with my servers PHP configuration that is really begining
to fustrate the heck out of me. I have an intranet resume building
applications I wrote. The application is basically split into interface code
and back end code. How this is done is the front end PHP files will call a
specialized data processing PHP file, which in turn will usually direct the
browser back to the interface file via the header() function (with the
exception of for instance the log in page and a handful of others). The
problem I'm experianceing is that frequently PHP will generate the error:

CGI Error:

The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of
HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:

Frequently this error will be generating with you try using the header
function to redirect to a web page that does not exist on the server.
However these pages do indeed exist.

I am running PHP on Windows XP Pro and PHP version 4.3.2, this is my
personal development server. I am running it with IIS 5.1, with Visual
Studio.Net Enterprise Architect edition and the server is configured with
the Microsoft.Net Frame Work version 1.1.

Second question, does anyone know of any good references on meshing PHP and
ASP.Net web services? I was interested in using these technology together
and basically just seeing what I can do. Thanks a lot

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