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03-29-2003, 07:00 PM #1
Been a long time since I've been around here. But I still am in the web designing business, only finally making money in it. But lets just say micrsoft customer service sucks and I'm doing a job for a certain company. One of the pages I'm dealing with is simple really just submit a form with some PHP variables and e-mail them to the owner and then redirecting to another page. But I'm getting this non-PHP error coming up but since I couldn't really relate any other forum to it I put it in this one and i'm pretty sure its nothing with the script. This micrsoft-made error comes up. What do you think would cause it?
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I talked to the owner about this and he assures me everything on the site is legal and all in that way. But any more than that I don't really understand it. He says he's going to talk to his host but its been a day or two so I just thought I'd ask here.
Thanks in advance for your help,
03-29-2003, 07:13 PM #2
Hi Derek. Long time no see
Never seen anything like that before. Do you get this error if you run the scripts on a *nix server?
It depends on the context of where it is coming up etc, but it sounds to me as if the server software may not be registered.
I know you spoke to your customer, but one thing I learnt is 'sometimes customers lie'. Why they think this will help us solve problems, I do not know.
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03-29-2003, 07:20 PM #3
Ya, it has been a long time lol. Looks like you guys are keepin this forum kept up pretty well though, I was lookin for a question to answer while waiting for a reply and I couldn't even find one lol.
I have never seen this error before either. I think I'm going to get some more info from my customer before I say anything else. The reason I posted it was in hope that anybody had even SEEN that message before and knew what i meant because I sure hadn't. I'll write more in a little.