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Opening a MYSQL / PHP / FastCGI -based  new browser window from within a IIS7 / SSL Webserver resulting in Error 500

Posted on 2010-11-13
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Hello :-)

I’m running into an SSL issue and hope someone out there can help shed some light.

The website is running in an  IIS 7 / Windows 2008 / SSL environment.

A MSSQL / Classic ASP application loads within a child frame a MYSQL/PHP application.

All of this works fine. Not even an "insecure content" prompt occurs.

However, the MYSQL/PHP application contains a functions that tries to open a new browser window (i.e. window.open) which is resulting in an Error 500.

The Complete Request Trace for the Failed Request entry is attached.

Any help would be very much appreciated.

Many thanks :-)

 fr000009.xml
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What happens if you open that page on it's own instead of thru javascript?
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Returns 'null' for 'http' also.
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Yes, it appears that the HTTPS and HTTP pages are the same on that site.
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This did not directly solve my problem, but encouraged me to approach the problem via Dave's suggestion. Thanks :-)
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