Thread-topic: Spam:RE: Call For Testers - can you hear me?? 3rd attempt
received all of your e-mails but can not help.
-----Original Message----- From: owner-ftpapi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:owner-ftpapi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Stoicescu,
Adriana Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2005 6:34 PM To:
ftpapi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Spam:RE: Call For Testers - can you
hear me?? 3rd attempt
I received all your emails, but I cannot
help you because for my application it always works. I never had any kind of
On Behalf Of Peter
Myers Sent: Thursday, June
30, 2005 4:28 PM To:ftpapi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: RE: Call For Testers - can you
hear me?? 3rd attempt
Message----- From: Peter
Myers [mailto:pjmyers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent:Wednesday, June 22, 2005 To: 'ftpapi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx' Subject: RE: Call For Testers - can you
I've sent several posts, with problems,
attesting to the fact I long since downloaded the beta-version and have been
using it. Nobody ever replies. Eg., here was my
most recent: (please reply that this is visible, even if you
cannot help - THANKS):
Am using the
http_url_post function of httpapi (see Example 4) to send POSTs to a UPS web
service and rcv shipping data in response. Most of the time, the app seems to
work pretty well.
The problem is
that UPS have presented evidence that, somewhere in the guts of the httpapi
code, double-requests are generated, ie. a 2nd rqs is occasionally being
emitted before the UPS response has been received. Coincidentally or not, the
2nd rqs is emitted about 10-11 secs after the
Does anyone have
any experience of such a problem, even a recommendation of what, to paraphrase
Lenin, is to be done?
P.S. Am using the
beta version that Scott asked folks to help test, a few weeks ago, but I think
the problem also occurred with the prev. version too.We are on V5R2.
P.P.S. An error
constantly seen in the joblog is: (GSKit) An
operation which is not valid for the current SSL session state was
attempted. I don't think this is remotely connected with the above
problem, but I thought I'd mention this fact.
-----Original Message----- From:
On Behalf Of Scott Klement Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2005 To: ftpapi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Call For
Sender: Scott Klement
Please remember that HTTPAPI and FTPAPI
are open source projects. In order
for them to continue, and to fluorish,
there needs to be people who are
willing to contribute their time and
resources to the project.
The main thing that I need assistance
with is with testing.
On May 5, 2005 I sent the following e-mail message
to the list asking
people to test HTTPAPI. I have not
received a single comment or response:
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