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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Malformed Syntax

    I have a question that I hope is easy to solve. We have a development web server and a production one. Both carry IIS 4.0 but the development one is a newer load of the entire software package.<BR><BR>I have an application that expects spaces within a querystring (i.e. where the %20 is plugged in in place of the space.<BR><BR>With IE 5.0 and above, there is no issue.<BR><BR>With IE 4.0, the development server behaves fine but the production one gives the standard:<BR><BR>HTTP: error<BR>Due to malformed syntax, the request could not be understood by the server. The client should not repear the request without modifications...<BR><BR>Anyone know what my server needs to behave the same? Or is it the proper thing to just do a replace() of the spaces with a tilde or something?<BR><BR>Thanks in advance

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Dec 1969

    Default Try + in place of %20...

    Both are supposed to mean "space", but maybe MSIE 4 is fussier?<BR><BR>

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