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LDAP, Apache(KeepAlive) and IE

by BigJoe (Curate)
on Jun 08, 2002 at 08:32 UTC ( #172752=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??
BigJoe has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

Has any one experienced any issues with using the LDAP module on an Apache server where KeepAlive is on?

If so has anyone found a work around?

My Situation:
I have an Apache server set up. I was required to use Apache::AuthenNTLM for authentication which requires KeepAlive to be on. With KeepAlive on any scripts that use the LDAP module will take the first "post" from a user and any subsequence "posts" nothing will be sent in the parameters.
None of the other scripts on the system seem to be plagued by this issue. So far the only things I have figured out is it only happens on the scripts that use LDAP, when KeepAlive is turned on and when the client browser is IE. Opera works great!!

--BigJoe

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