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Unfortunately out scripts are not documented too well.  I was assuming WWW_SRV belonged to FoxWeb.  When displaying the dump of the procedure stack, the following procedures are listed in order :
procedure fwmain c:\program files\foxweb\fwserver.exe
procedure frmsck.osck.dataready c:\foxsource\fwserver\vfp5\frmsck.sct
procedure www_run www_read.fxp
previously under foxweb 1.25 the procedure stack displayed the following:
procedure fwmain c:\program files\foxweb\fwserver.exe
procedure www_read www_read.fxp
I guess the command 'RETURN TO WWW_SRV' was used to by-pass certain procedures - which sounds dangerous.  Replacing this command with 'RETURN TO WWW_READ' does not make any sense either.  These procedures are not part of our catalogue.  Was hoping someone could shead some light.
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 01/14/2004 10:33:58 AM:
What exactly are you trying to do with the command 'RETURN TO WWW_SRV'?  FoxWeb 2 does not contain a procedure by this name and even with FoxWeb 1, this WWW_SRV was not a documented procedure.  There is probably another way to achieve the same result, but we need to know the circumstances and reason for making this call.

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Sent by Shayne Sharpe on 01/14/2004 02:06:47 AM:
We've recently upgraded FoxWeb 1.25 to 2.5 and have found that our scripts executing the command 'RETURN TO WWW_SRV' causes a channel timeout.  Is there something we can replace this with?