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Bug #25228 "-503 Unclosed Token" when using XML_RPC_Server w/ non-PHP client
Submitted: 2003-08-24 17:52 UTC Modified: 2003-09-15 17:32 UTC
From: marshall at exclupen dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: PEAR related
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Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-08-24 17:52 UTC] marshall at exclupen dot com
"There's a bug in XML_RPC_Server, that, many clients simply ignore. However, some clients, in particular xmlrpc-c for C have big issues with this. When using this particular client, the error "-503 Unclosed Token" is received."

The error seems to be caused because the "Content-length" header is sent instead of "Content-Length" in XML_RPC_Server::service().

I am adding inline documentation to the entire package and fixing this bug.  I will post a patch tonight or tomorrow.


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 [2003-08-25 15:48 UTC] marshall at exclupen dot com
I moved XML_RPC_Client to RPC/Client.php too.

Here's a diff for Server.php, RPC.php, and package.xml:
 [2003-09-11 08:30 UTC]
reassigning, stig is very atm afaik.
 [2003-09-11 14:12 UTC]
Sorry I can not take care on this package too. Marshall, don't you want to maintain it and commit stuff by your self for it?

Please let me know, thanks

Tomas V.V.Cox

PD.- Be carefull with tabs instead of whitespaces :-)
 [2003-09-11 16:07 UTC] marshall at exclupen dot com
Yeah, I'll take it. I'll (re)request a PHP CVS account so I can patch this.
 [2003-09-15 17:32 UTC] marshall at exclupen dot com
This has been fixed in CVS.
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