from php5.3.6 to php5.2.17

Posted on 2011-05-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
i am using windows server 2008 iis7 (I am using either cgi or fastcgi)

I have a php login script
where after login taken to page2.php

i was using php5.3.6,
now I switched to php5.2.17
after login submit there is a blank screen (500error- no php (error,notice,warning) with the url still at login.php

I have to use the code of the content management system.  Is there anything I could do to php.ini
Question by:rgb192
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    is for 400 errors only

    and I have a 500 error
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    The info for the 500 error is also provided. Open the link again and search for the word 500 and you will see the steps given after that says

    Open the Php.ini file in the PHP installation directory.

    Find and set the display_errors = On directive:

    Save and close the file and restart the iis...

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