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You stated that running a Comm trace suppresses the condition. That would
suggest the follow PTFs are not applied.

MF28469 - 1000
MF28450 - 1000
MF28416 - 1000
MF28319 - 1000
MF28134 - 1000
MF27850 - 2134
MF27753 - 1000
MF27738 - 2134
MF27616 - 2134
SI02749 - 2134

Walter Scanlan
Advisory Software Engineer
Domino For iSeries Team Leader
Phone   (507)286-6088
Fax         (919)485-1518
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MEovino@estes-express.com
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06/14/2002 09:30 AM
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        To:     domino400@midrange.com
        cc:
        Subject:        Re: Domino HTTP problems after V5R1 upgrade



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Chris,

I've all but abandoned Domino's HTTP stack.  If it's possible, I'd use the
Domino HTTP server plugin and use the 400's native HTTP server.  It's much
more reliable.

Mike E.





                    "Chris Walton"
                    <chrisw@bluechip.c       To: <domino400@midrange.com>
                    o.uk>                    cc:
                    Sent by:                 Subject:     Domino HTTP
problems after V5R1 upgrade
                    domino400-admin@mi
                    drange.com


                    06/14/2002 06:22
                    AM
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                    domino400






Dear All,
              Since upgrading OS400 from 4.4 to 5.1 I have been having
problems with Dominos HTTP server. When running an intranet application
some
users get a 'cannot find server or DNS error' message, if they then click
refresh they will get the page they were expecting. The strange thing is
that if we run a comms trace from SST the problem practically disappears.
I
have tried recreating the ethernet line description but this has made no
difference.
The Domino version is 5.010, the latest OS400 PTFs are applied (both cum
and
hiper).


Regards,
              Chris

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