[Seaside] [VW7.4.1] The page cannot be displayed

Boris Popov boris at deepcovelabs.com
Mon Oct 30 16:16:53 UTC 2006

We've had this problem as well, especially under simulated load (0-byte
responses mostly), which I solved by switching to Swazoo (v1.0) from
Webtoolkit. I've been meaning to come up with a decent test case for
Michel and Alan (he's expressed interest in trying to figure it out),
but haven't really had a chance to commit any significant amount of time
to it. Still planning on it though...

Hope this helps,


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Thank you.

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[mailto:seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Carl
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To: The Squeak Enterprise Aubergines Server - general discussion.
Subject: Re: [Seaside] [VW7.4.1] The page cannot be displayed

> > Hi Michel.  Doesn't solve the problem here.  If this were happening
> > on a
> > less popular browser it might not matter much.
> >
> > Are you running just the VW web server, or do you also have Apache
> > something else in front of it?
> Carl, I'm not running anything, I'm only doing the VW port.
> However I have had customers with the same problem and they
> could fix it with the trick. As I said, I have no explanation.
> I would suggest that you use an HTTP sniffer like HTTPLook
> that would help you spot what makes the page undisplayable
> by IE. Let me know about your findings, I'm interested.

Thanks.  I'll let you know if I discover anything of course.  Probably I
should post about this problem on the VW list in case it is a known
with their web server.  Perhaps I will try running the server from
Apache to see if that makes a difference.

This happens reliably on IE6.  I don't see this problem at all when
Safari on my Mac or Mozilla on my Linux box, but of course I still need
fix this.

-Carl Gundel, author of Liberty BASIC

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