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Bug #3840 'Missing Post reply data' error under Netscape
Submitted: 2000-03-15 14:00 UTC Modified: 2000-03-16 12:41 UTC
From: gfaron at integretechpub dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Other
PHP Version: 3.0.12 OS: Windows NT
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2000-03-15 14:00 UTC] gfaron at integretechpub dot com
  Under Netsape, I'm seeing something odd when I post a form using a PHP3 page as the CGI.  If I view the source, I see the following (even though the correct data is displayed in the browser proper):
<TITLE>Missing Post reply data</TITLE>
<H1>Data Missing</H1>
This document resulted from a POST operation and has expired from the
cache.  If you wish you can repost the form data to recreate the
document by pressing the <b>reload</b> button.
  I also see this within the browser proper if I press the back button.

Loaded modules: mod_php3, mod_setenvif, mod_so, mod_unique_id, mod_usertrack, mod_headers, mod_expires, mod_cern_meta, mod_proxy, mod_digest, mod_auth_db, mod_auth_anon, mod_auth, mod_access, mod_rewrite, mod_alias, mod_userdir, mod_speling, mod_actions, mod_imap, mod_asis, mod_cgi, mod_dir, mod_autoindex, mod_include, mod_info, mod_status, mod_negotiation, mod_mime, mod_mime_magic, mod_log_config, mod_env, mod_vhost_alias, http_core


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 [2000-03-16 12:41 UTC] gfaron at integretechpub dot com
Much apologies -- I discovered my mistake.  I had a META TAG which was telling the page to expire.  I guess Internet Explorer reacts to the tag in a better manner.  For example, use the following regular HTML example:
    <TITLE>Netscape Issue</TITLE>
    <META HTTP-EQUIV="expires" CONTENT="0">
Try to view the source under Netscape, and you'll receive the 'Missing Post' message mentioned earlier.

I'm leaving the content of the bug report intact (though I did close it) in the hopes that a search engine will return it for somebody else.  I looked for hours through various sites and couldn't find any information regarding this message.
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