david_beck at rotundasoftware.com
Sat Nov 28 10:21:25 CST 2009
Hi Tom, What is all the of the exact output you are getting from the PHP
script? That is, the exact warning on line 260 and the text of the
error? It looks like there is a problem decompressing the request with
gzinflate. I would guess that PHP zlib is not enabled on-rev account,
since I think it is disabled by default and needs to be switched on.
Provided this is the case, I would either try another host or see if the
Rev team can switch on PHP zip for you. It also would be possible to
modify CallPHP to skip compression by commenting out a few lines of
code. Let me know if you'd like me to point you to which lines these
are. David > David, > > Hello, and thanks for posting this answer to
your own question. :-) > > I uploaded both files as required to my
on-rev account at the root > public level. I tried the Demo's in the rev
file and get an error on > the first and last Demo but not on the second
one. The "Hello" example > works where the others give an error...... >
> Any ideas... > > > Tom McGrath III > Lazy River Software >
3mcgrath at comcast.net > > iTunes Library Suite - libITS > Information and
download can be found on this page: >
http://www.lazyriversoftware.com/RevOne.html On Nov 26, 2009, at 4:04
AM, David Beck wrote:
> > The CallPHP library is available at:
> > http://www.rotundasoftware.com/rev/callPHP.html
> > I am happy to help with any question related to this library.
> > All of these solutions at the root use the "post" rev command to
> > communicate with the remote server, so they are all blocking, but by
> > increasing the socketTimeoutInterval, it is possible to transfer
> > even very large amounts of data.
> > Thanks very much to Mark and Bruce for sharing their solutions.
> > David Beck
> > Rotunda Software
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