[FX.php List] XML login failing

Steve Winter steve at bluecrocodile.co.nz
Fri Dec 19 00:09:42 MST 2008

Hi Dale,

I stopped the FMS they were on. Zipped up the files. used ftp to  
transfer the zip file. Unzipped them, to the desktop, then opened the  
FMSA admin panel and did a 'load database'...


On 18 Dec 2008, at 23:50, Dale Bengston wrote:

> Hi Steve,
> What medium did you use to transfer the files from one server to the  
> other?
> Dale
> On Dec 18, 2008, at 5:11 PM, Steve Winter wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've got a really weird situation that I've never seen before, and  
>> which I can't seem to resolve...
>> We've just set up a new FMSA 9 server, uploaded a number of  
>> databases, and some code from an existing server. Some of the  
>> databases will play happily, but two of them simply won't... If I  
>> turn on debug, then I get links generated as I would expect... on  
>> one page I have three db calls, two to one database which fail, one  
>> to a different db which is fine...
>> When I click on the debug links for the two calls to the db that  
>> fail I get prompted to login, which I try to do, using the  
>> credentials for the db, but it just fails... with the link that  
>> does work, I don't get prompted for the username and password, I  
>> just get the XMl data as I would expect...
>> I tried turning off the XML permission for the files that are a  
>> problem, and when I do that I correctly get an 802 error back...  
>> turn XML interface back on, I get an FX error...!!!
>> The weirdest thing is that I have the exact same dbs running on a  
>> different installation, which is fine...
>> This is the latest updates of FMSA 9 on Win 2k3, IIS...
>> Anyone seen this before or got any ideas... this is really doing my  
>> head in...!!
>> Thanks
>> Steve
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