|Subject:||SUNet Surflets using POST method and Internet Explorer|
|From:||"Andreas Bernauer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Tue, 2 Jan 2007 10:38:01 +0100|
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On 12/24/06, Emilio Lopes < email@example.com> wrote:
I'm having a hard time using web forms with the POST method in
We had problems getting IE work with our SUnet FTP server, too. I don't have IE available currently, but I can look into the problem next week. I suspect the problem lies with the closing/not closing of the POST data channel. What you can try is to close / not close the POST data channel after receiving data (depending on how it is curerntly done in SURflets). IIRC, IE is very sensitive to what the webserver does or does not.
Furthermore, you may want to use a packet sniffer to check which data IE sends and receives and how this data differs from what Firefox sends and receives.
I am sorry I can't help you more at the moment. I'll look into it next week. Let me know, if
you have interesting results or more questions.
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