Re: WFetch & Reading Dynamic Pages
From: Ray (res0cu5i@verizon@net)
From: "Ray" <res0cu5i@verizon@net> Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2003 07:41:26 -0400
I'm running WFetch from my laptop (Win2k Pro - SP3), so this is a remote
connection. After reading your post I thought, for some odd reason my
permissions may have allowed me to read the raw script, so I tried it on a
site where I'm just an anonymous user.
WFetch ver 1.2
Trace - selected
Socket, Reuse - selected
In the response section of the log I see script tags, this particular site
default.asp, default.aspx or global.asa.
<h2 style="font:8pt/11pt verdana; color:000000">HTTP Error 500-15 - Requests
for global.asa not allowed<br>\r\n
Internet Information Services</h2>\r\n
What additional info do you need?
"Atrax _" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm not familiar with WFetch - but I can certainly say that you can't
> get the raw script over a standard HTTP request - you'd have to be
> running on the same machine (accessing locally) or maping the HTTP
> request to an FTP or other connection to retrieve the code
> can you provide any further info?
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