Issues with Postback

Mar 5, 2009 at 10:25 PM
I am using the most recent source code, and am having an issue with pages that use postbacks. After the postback, the page is full of stuff like this:

� ����� �� ` I�%&/m�{ J�J��t� �` $ؐ@ ����� iG#)�*��eVe]f @�흼 ��{���{��;�N'���?\fd l��J�ɞ!��� ?~| ?"~�?�7�5��:�� ���� ��t�g������� �w~�w����� �?� �- � �O�= ��� ������O��~��� ���~� �g�̿ ����� ���}��?�����/��=� ��� � � � �����,�� �; ��?� � �_�O�.��/���������ك ���� �� _��_��=��������/� �ٯ���� � ������↑ ���>��_� �[� �����O��W �����;��?������ �����ʟ�_,�� ��� ���� � �o���믹�?� ��_�;� �� �����W� �ӿ���۟ ��=�j� �?�_��O��]�~f��8�Ο�/=� ϋ�_������������ÿ���= ����m ��+ �� ��w��_^� ����_��� �?���?��� ���� � �?����� �O����W�������� �O� ��� �ϸ����� �����\�;��� ���w����%����o��� �_������� �� ���O�;�Ϳ�@�;�����?�w��׿�/�_��

I had to exclude the pages for the time being but am hoping for suggestions to correct this. Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks!
Coordinator
Mar 7, 2009 at 9:25 PM

What encoding are you using on your page ?


Schmidty wrote:

From: Schmidty

I am using the most recent source code, and am having an issue with pages that use postbacks. After the postback, the page is full of stuff like this:

� ����� �� ` I�%&/m�{ J�J��t� �` $��@ ����� iG#)�*��eVe]f @���� ��{���{��;�N'���?\fd l��J���!��� ?~| ?"~�?�7�5��:�� ���� ��t�g������� �w~�w����� �?� �- � �O�= ��� ������O��~��� ���~� �g�̿ ����� ���}��?�����/��=� ��� � � � �����,�� �; ��?� � �_�O�.��/����������� ���� �� _��_��=��������/� ������� � ������↑ ���>��_� �[� �����O��W �����;��?������ ��������_,�� ��� ���� � �o���믹�?� ��_�;� �� �����W� �ӿ����� ��=�j� �?�_��O��]�~f��8����/=� ϋ�_������������ÿ���= ����m ��+ �� ��w��_^� ����_��� �?���?��� ���� � �?����� �O����W�������� �O� ��� �ϸ����� �����\�;��� ���w����%����o��� �_������� �� ���O�;�Ϳ�@�;�����?�w��׿�/�_��

I had to exclude the pages for the time being but am hoping for suggestions to correct this. Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks!
Mar 11, 2009 at 12:35 AM
I'm using UTF-8.

On Sat, Mar 7, 2009 at 5:25 PM, Miron <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:

From: Miron

What encoding are you using on your page ?


Schmidty wrote:

From: Schmidty

I am using the most recent source code, and am having an issue with pages that use postbacks. After the postback, the page is full of stuff like this:

� ����� �� ` I�%&/m�{ J�J��t��` $��@ ����� iG#)�*��eVe]f @������{���{��;�N'���?\fd l��J���!��� ?~| ?"~�?�7�5��:�� ������t�g������� �w~�w����� �?� �- � �O�= ���������O��~��� ���~� �g�̿ ����� ���}��?�����/��=� ���� � � �����,�� �; ��?� � �_�O�.��/��������������� �� _��_��=��������/�������� � ������↑ ���>��_��[� �����O��W �����;��?������ ��������_,����� ���� � �o���믹�?� ��_�;��� �����W� �ӿ����� ��=�j��?�_��O��]�~f��8����/=� ϋ�_������������ÿ���= ����m ��+ �� ��w��_^�����_��� �?���?��� ���� ��?����� �O����W�������� �O���� �ϸ����� �����\�;������w����%����o��� �_������������O�;�Ϳ�@�;�����?�w��׿�/�_��


I had to exclude the pages for the time being but am hoping for suggestions to correct this. Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks!

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Coordinator
Mar 11, 2009 at 1:03 AM

It looks like the page is compressed twice.

Is the compression on your IIS enabled ?



Schmidty wrote:

From: Schmidty

I'm using UTF-8.

On Sat, Mar 7, 2009 at 5:25 PM, Miron <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:

From: Miron

What encoding are you using on your page ?


Schmidty wrote:

From: Schmidty

I am using the most recent source code, and am having an issue with pages that use postbacks. After the postback, the page is full of stuff like this:

� ����� �� ` I�%&/m�{ J�J��t� �` $��@ ����� iG#)�*��eVe]f @���� ��{���{��;�N'���?\fd l��J���!��� ?~| ?"~�?�7�5��:�� ���� ��t�g������� �w~�w����� �?� �- � �O�= ��� ������O��~��� ���~� �g�̿ ����� ���}��?�����/��=� ��� � � � �����,�� �; ��?� � �_�O�.��/����������� ���� �� _��_��=��������/� ������� � ������↑ ���>��_� �[� �����O��W �����;��?������ ��������_,�� ��� ���� � �o���믹�?� ��_�;� �� �����W� �ӿ����� ��=�j� �?�_��O��]�~f��8����/=� ϋ�_������������ÿ���= ����m ��+ �� ��w��_^� ����_��� �?���?��� ���� � �?����� �O����W�������� �O� ��� �ϸ����� �����\�;��� ���w����%����o��� �_������� �� ���O�;�Ϳ�@�;�����?�w��׿�/�_��


I had to exclude the pages for the time being but am hoping for suggestions to correct this. Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks!

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Mar 11, 2009 at 1:13 AM
I'm not sure if it is or not. Most of the sites I implemented it on are hosted through another vendor.

I haven't had this issue on all the pages but rather ones that had a contact us form or control panel page. The affected pages vary in complexity but some are really basic ones that did that on postback. Would there be a reason why IIS would affect these pages & not the other ones?

Let me know if you need additional info.

On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 8:04 PM, Miron <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:

From: Miron

It looks like the page is compressed twice.

Is the compression on your IIS enabled ?



Schmidty wrote:

From: Schmidty

I'm using UTF-8.

On Sat, Mar 7, 2009 at 5:25 PM, Miron <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:

From: Miron

What encoding are you using on your page ?


Schmidty wrote:

From: Schmidty

I am using the most recent source code, and am having an issue with pages that use postbacks. After the postback, the page is full of stuff like this:

� ����� �� ` I�%&/m�{ J�J��t��` $��@ ����� iG#)�*��eVe]f @������{���{��;�N'���?\fd l��J���!��� ?~| ?"~�?�7�5��:�� ������t�g������� �w~�w����� �?� �- � �O�= ���������O��~��� ���~� �g�̿ ����� ���}��?�����/��=� ���� � � �����,�� �; ��?� � �_�O�.��/��������������� �� _��_��=��������/�������� � ������↑ ���>��_��[� �����O��W �����;��?��������������_,����� ���� � �o���믹�?� ��_�;��� �����W� �ӿ����� ��=�j��?�_��O��]�~f��8����/=� ϋ�_������������ÿ���= ����m ��+ �� ��w��_^�����_��� �?���?��� ���� ��?����� �O����W�������� �O���� �ϸ����� �����\�;������w����%����o��� �_������������O�;�Ϳ�@�;�����?�w��׿�/�_��


I had to exclude the pages for the time being but am hoping for suggestions to correct this. Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks!

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Coordinator
Mar 11, 2009 at 9:24 AM
Can you supply me code of problematic page that I will be able to exam it ?



Schmidty wrote:

From: Schmidty

I'm not sure if it is or not. Most of the sites I implemented it on are hosted through another vendor.

I haven't had this issue on all the pages but rather ones that had a contact us form or control panel page. The affected pages vary in complexity but some are really basic ones that did that on postback. Would there be a reason why IIS would affect these pages & not the other ones?

Let me know if you need additional info.

On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 8:04 PM, Miron <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:

From: Miron

It looks like the page is compressed twice.

Is the compression on your IIS enabled ?



Schmidty wrote:

From: Schmidty

I'm using UTF-8.

On Sat, Mar 7, 2009 at 5:25 PM, Miron <notifications@codeplex.com> wrote:

From: Miron

What encoding are you using on your page ?


Schmidty wrote:

From: Schmidty

I am using the most recent source code, and am having an issue with pages that use postbacks. After the postback, the page is full of stuff like this:

� ����� �� ` I�%&/m�{ J�J��t� �` $��@ ����� iG#)�*��eVe]f @���� ��{���{��;�N'���?\fd l��J���!��� ?~| ?"~�?�7�5��:�� ���� ��t�g������� �w~�w����� �?� �- � �O�= ��� ������O��~��� ���~� �g�̿ ����� ���}��?�����/��=� ��� � � � �����,�� �; ��?� � �_�O�.��/����������� ���� �� _��_��=��������/� ������� � ������↑ ���>��_� �[� �����O��W �����;��?������ ��������_,�� ��� ���� � �o���믹�?� ��_�;� �� �����W� �ӿ����� ��=�j� �?�_��O��]�~f��8����/=� ϋ�_������������ÿ���= ����m ��+ �� ��w��_^� ����_��� �?���?��� ���� � �?����� �O����W�������� �O� ��� �ϸ����� �����\�;��� ���w����%����o��� �_������� �� ���O�;�Ϳ�@�;�����?�w��׿�/�_��


I had to exclude the pages for the time being but am hoping for suggestions to correct this. Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks!

Read the full discussion online.

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