> The only pages that are getting this error are the ones that php is mapped
> to parse (i.e. .html .php .phtml) if I go to a page that doesn't exist with
> a .htm or .cgi extension etc it works fine and I get the standard IIS 404
> error page.
> But when it is a page that php processes thats when the CGI error returns.
=I'm working from (vague) memory and a good six months back when it was my first (and
only) time to work with the
IIS/PHP combination. Once I fired up Apache and figured out a few of its quirks, I saw
little reason to run the heavier
product - even on a WinNT/2000 machine. I can't even remember the IIS terminology... I
seem to recall that there is a
tab/frame somewhere within the MMC for setting up scripting languages/server side
processing. In the flurry of detail
there, does it set up a separate exception processing (eg Error 404/500 pages) handler
for each script processor? That
being the case, there would be no "standard: 404 error page, but a series of error
pages for each - and such a structure
may indicate why you find a different behavior for HTML as PHP
=... but I hear ominous creaks from the thin ice beneath me...
> What are the [PHP-Win] mavens?
=We are conversing on the [PHP] discussion list. There is a companion list dedicated
to the use of PHP under Windows
=(from Cambridge International Dictionary of English)
a person with good knowledge or understanding of a subject
He's a baseball maven who knows Hank Aaron's home run statistics by heart.
(apologies for sullying your tender ears with such an Americanism)
=As I say, I'm sure a 'practising Windows professional' would be able to assist you
(more) competently, and I think that
is where you'lll find (at least) one.
> "Dl Neil" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> > > I have just set up PHP on my webserver (IIS 4 on NT4).
> > > I have set up the script mapping so that I can save php files as .html
> > > php processes them.
> > >
> > > This works fine until someone goes to a page that doesn't exist -
> instead of
> > > getting the customised error 404 page (i.e. the page you requested
> cannot be
> > > found), php prints:
> > >
> > > CGI Error
> > >
> > > The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set
> > > HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:
> > >
> > > And thats all I get.
> > >
> > > Does anyone know how to customise this page or set up a new one?
> > Chris,
> > That's an IIS function (not PHP).
> > It's a pane accessible from the MMC.
> > Perhaps the [PHP-Win] mavens could help?
> > =dn
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