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Bug #14773 Output contains always
Submitted: 2001-12-30 09:03 UTC Modified: 2002-08-08 10:09 UTC
From: os at s2-engineering dot com Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Java related
PHP Version: 4.0.6 OS: w2k
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2001-12-30 09:03 UTC] os at s2-engineering dot com
After calling a java class the output always contains the text ?security properties not found. using defaults?.

This is a problem, because it is embedded in the HTML-text and when it?s within a input-tag of a form, the field isn?t displayed correct.

I spent some days with investigations, where this message comes from (java? php?) and how to supress it.
A Prefix @new doesn?t help.

Any ideas, folks?
Would be great to get a solution,
regards, Oskar


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 [2002-02-24 06:16 UTC]
Please test with  PHP 4.1.1+JDK 1.2 and report the result back 
Please do not forget  updating PHP version. Thanks.
 [2002-02-24 14:49 UTC] os at s2-engineering dot com
In the meantime I found, that it seems to be a timing problem.
I changed my script in that way, that I write out the header, then I call the Java class, then the hidden fields (http_post-vars) and a input-field of text-type named dummy.
With the results of the Java-class I have to do some calculations.
In the meantime, the error is written out (in the open text-field), I close the dummy-text-field and the error-message doesn?t destroy the output anylonger.
Ok, it?s a work-around and I will check the 4.1.1 version (with 4.1.0 I got the same results as with 4.2).
That may take soe days. I will keep you updated.
Thanks in advance, regards, Oskar
 [2002-08-08 10:09 UTC]
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