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- 09/21/2009 at 4:38 am #3844
Hi, The problem is when the return URL code is generated and appeneded to the URL it causes and HTTP 400 error in IIS because it uses an ‘&’ (ampersand) in the URL. IIS 6 and 7 do not like that, and causes the the HTTP 400 error. If I manually replace the ‘&’ in the URL with a ‘?’ the URL again works properly. How/where can I modify how the return URL is generated? Thanks!
- 09/21/2009 at 4:38 am #5156
This sounds a bit like it may be a bug. Can we get a bit more information? Where do you see this URL, any screenshots would be fantastic!
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