Thanks for the help guys. Like I said, the download works fine as long
as it's not over SSL. I will try to disable it and see if I can look at
the headers sent to see if a no-cache header is being sent, even though
I haven't specified it. Regardless, even if it is, I have no way of
stopping it, since I'm not controlling the sending of it, do I? If it is
the session doing it, maybe I can send a no-store header before I call
Hopefully upgrading to SP2 for IE6 will fix this. It's a lot of work to
update all the computers, though, but I don't have to do the grunt work,
at least. :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Shiflett [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Monday, October 07, 2002 11:22 PM
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Cc: 'Tom Rogers'; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: [PHP] File download doesn't work with SSL
> Yes, you're right. You might want to turn off the forced SSL
> to debug this, if that's possible. Nothing other than your browser or
> the Web server will be able to show you the HTTP communication over
> because it's all trash to everything in between.
> There may be settings in Opera that can help you debug things; I'm not
> sure. I am not aware of any browser that does that for you, though it
> would be very handy. I wrote an HTTP proxy in PHP for my own use in
> affairs. Email me if you would like to try it to see if it helps.
> John W. Holmes wrote:
> >>You may find this very usefull:
> >Wouldn't everything be encrypted, though, since it's over SSL?
> >the headers?
> >Unfortunately, the way they set up the server, it will not process
> >unsecured requests now.
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