Uni runs solaris/unix faculty runs iis world of political pain and anguish..
view source brings up a blank screen .. ta brendan David Robley wrote: > On Wed, 24 Oct 2001 08:03, brendan wrote: > >>Hi, >> I have an issue with including a file accross my web server from a >>separate site on that server served on another port. >> >>- explanation >> >>my php website runs off IIS port :80 (unfortunately IIS is employers >>decision not mine ) >>- I have a web spider running off port :9999 >>both which operate independent of eachother and serve content >>separately .. >> >>I am within a secure firewall (a university) >> >>the network administration is understandably cautious about microsoft >>security and has now blocked all ports but :80 on IIS machines ... >> >>- outcome >> >>i cannot serve web content from port :9999 >>however the spider cannot run simultaneously to IIS on the same port.. >> >>- proposed solution .. >> >>to use >>include("http://localhost:9999/spider/index.html?query=ihateIIS") >> >>outcome - blank screen, headache from staring at screen too long .. >> >>HELP!!! >> > > I guess first question is - does View Source show you anything? > > Isn't it wonderful how unis, of all places, insist on running stuff like > IIS? > > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]