[FX.php List] 413 Request Entity Too Large

Chris Hansen chris at iViking.org
Thu Aug 4 09:11:50 MDT 2011

Wes, I'm a little unclear about how this works...  Generally FX.php IS the entity sending FileMaker Pro the XML.

One thing that I did note from the message is that data is being sent via GET rather than POST.  As different servers have different defaults in this area, it's not surprising that you'd see an error.  Tim is right, either you need to configure the server producing the error to accept larger GET requests, or you need to send the data via post.


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On Aug 3, 2011, at 6:03 PM, Wes Plate wrote:

> Thanks, but the receiving server is the same, what changed is the server sending the XML.   I'm sorry I was unclear.  FileMaker Server running FX.php is unchanged.
> On Aug 3, 2011, at 4:47 PM, Tim 'Webko' Booth wrote:
>>> Our company's online store sends order info as XML to our FileMaker Server via fx.php, it has worked well for about 4.5 years.  Today our web host moved our account to a new server and this perfect system stopped working.  I'm working with their support but so for they seem stymied.
>> I'd guess that the new server doesn't allow requests as large as the old server. It's probably set in the Apache config rather than the php.ini - I am not an Apache config expert, so can't say where to look.
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