Booth,

A1: I don't think you can view them in the web admin.  (But I haven't really tried.)

A2: When you write programs like this (called via the CGI interface from Apache) you must write headers, then an empty line, then the data.  This error means that it never found the blank line that ends the headers.  Most common reasons are (a) its not getting written at all, (b) you've forgotten to include the headers (c) you've forgotten to include the blank line that tells it about the end of the headers or (d) you're writing in the wrong character set so it doesn't understand it.

-SK


On 9/28/2018 12:35 PM, Booth Martin wrote:

Question 1: The error logs... can they be viewed in the HTTP Admin panels?  Or is downloading & opening in a text editor the answer?

Question 2: The error message is "... MSG0947: End of script output before headers: ...".  As I Google this I see answers but the answers involve, C, php, Linux, and cgi.  None of these are familiar to me so its another trail to run down.  Which trail should I take?



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