This is an IIS issue. The install.txt has specific
information on this topic, have a look. Also, this comes
up a lot and the following bug report is full of newbies
asking bogus questions but it also contains some good info:

[url]http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=12061[/url]

So it looks like security/permission settings where the
php cgi lacks permission. Also:

[url]http://php.net/manual/en/faq.installation.php#faq.installation.cgierror[/url]

Regards,
Philip



On Mon, 14 Jul 2003, Curt Zirzow wrote:
> Haseeb <webcodderhotmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >
> > Hi all,
> > this is a very strange problem. i don't know where i am doing something that
> > is causing this. the problem is that i am working on a web portal entirely
> > in php. i have a few hidden pages. that do the queries to the DB. now when
> > i redirect to any page for query i get this error
> > CGI Error
> > The specified CGI application misbehaved by not returning a complete set of
> > HTTP headers. The headers it did return are:
> >
> > strangely when i hit F5 or refresh the page i get redirected to the desired
> > page. i have checked for any whitespaces. there are none. i have checked and
> > double checked this. i am using win2k,IIS, php 4.3.0
> >
>
> Have you checked your log file, usually there is an error in the log
> file telling you what went wrong.
>
>
> > again i have checked all the files for any space left that could be causing
> > problem but i found none.
>
> This usually happens when non http headers are sent to the server when
> it wasnt expecting them, php should be handling this. But to check this
> make sure you try sending out a header('Content-Type: text/plain') first
> thing in the script then dont do a redirect and see if some text is
> showing up that shouldn't be.
>
> >
> > i hope i make my self clear.
> > Haseeb
>
>
> Curt.
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