[FX.php List] Strange encoding problem

Dale Bengston dale.bengston at gmail.com
Wed Sep 7 19:57:00 MDT 2011

Bob, to be clear - the files on the server are included in a parent file that talks to a database? So when you pulled the file local, you were bypassing that parent include part?

I find it unlikely that OS X Server would suddenly just change its encoding for web services. What else has changed on the server recently?


On Sep 7, 2011, at 7:49 PM, Bob Patin wrote:

> Hey,
> Here's an interesting thing: I took one of these files, copied it to the desktop, then opened it locally on the browser on the web server; looked fine.
> I then took the same file, put it in the website's folder, opened it on the web using the same browser, but accessed it via the site's domain name--encoding problem.
> I'm thinking there's something that's messed up in OS X Server that's causing this, but I can't find it... perhaps a module that isn't on any longer perhaps. 
> Any ideas welcome!
> BP
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> On Sep 7, 2011, at 7:27 PM, Dale Bengston wrote:
>> Have you taken a look at the physical files, or loaded them manually in a browser outside of the database call? Just wondering if there's some corruption going on or something.
>> Dale
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