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RE: [soaplite] CGI: IIS 6 behaving differently to IIS 5

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  • Phil Franklin
    Dear Matt / all: Did the google search before posting the original. Don t believe we are doing any of the things you mention, or that we saw elsewhere. Trivial
    Message 1 of 3 , May 12, 2004
      Dear Matt / all:
      Did the google search before posting the original. Don't believe we are doing any of the things you mention, or that we saw elsewhere. Trivial 'normal CGI' scripts definitely work. The SOAP::Lite CGI script works fine on IIS 5 and a close relative of it works fine on Win32 Apache 2.0.49, trimmed down code follows:
      use SOAP::Transport::HTTP;
      my $diag = 1;
      my $server = SOAP::Transport::HTTP::CGI->dispatch_to('LaCode');
      if ($diag) {
        open (OUT, ">>soapdiag.txt") or die;
        print OUT "-------\nRequest\n-------\n", $server->request->as_string;
        print OUT "--------\nResponse\n--------\n", $server->response->as_string;
        close OUT;
      # back to caller
      package LaCode;
      sub getLA {
      # code for getLA
      The request & response printed to soapdiag.txt look spot on. I neglected to mention that the failing environment is IIS 6 on Windows 2003 Server.  
      Any other suggestions?

      Thanks Phil

      Matt Long <matt.long@...> wrote:

      Just enter the exact error message into a google search and you will get a bunch of possibilities. I ran it and saw that people were suggesting things such as:


      -          The header is getting sent twice ( check the output for this line: “Content-type: text/html\n\n” )

      -          The script is not exiting out when a redirect occurs

      -          Script permissions aren’t set properly

      -          .cgi has not been added to IIS as an extension

      -          etc.


      Another thing to do is to create a more trivial script, like this:




      print “Content-type: text/html\n\n”;

      print “hello world!”;



      Test that out. If that works, then start removing code from your script until it does actually run. Then you’ll know approximately which code is failing.


      Best regards,





      -----Original Message-----
      From: pwf_cf [mailto:pwf_cf@...]
      Wednesday, May 12, 2004 6:16 AM
      To: soaplite@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [soaplite] CGI: IIS 6 behaving differently to IIS 5



      We are relatively new to SOAP::Lite and have a Perl SOAP::Lite CGI
      server script that works fine on IIS 5 but generates the following
      error on IIS 6:

      "CGI Error: The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning
      a complete set of HTTP headers".

      NOTE: unlike other instances of error msgs like this I've seen
      elsewhere - IIS 6 doesn't tell us anything about the headers it
      thinks have been generated.

      Having put diagnostic code in to see the response and headers when it
      leaves Perl - everything looks just fine.

      Can anyone throw any light on this? Grateful for any help.


      Phil Franklin
      Local Government Data Unit - Wales

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