|Subject||RE: [firebird-php] Getting raw response data|
>>OK got it..clean
>>I'm using fsockopen..
>>I IIS sticks a whole lot of headers in I don't need - now to find out how
> Don't suppose anyone knows how to remove all headers so I can create a
> slate?I've got IIS running, but did not bother with putting PHP on it - I want
to move a site from ASP to Apache/PHP. That said, are you sure it's IIS
adding the headers, I thought a page was created from the base script?
(p.s. Just had a week in hospital clearing effects of miss treatment
last week - trying to catch up :) )
[Alan McDonald] I've solved this now - and yes - it's IIS putting headers in
when it's not asked to do so. By discovering which ones, I could reset them
by assigning them again. Darn nuisance
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