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Fwd: Re: [nycphp-talk] receiving params passed from one webpage to another -- SOLVED

Oktay Altunergil nyphp at altunergil.com
Thu Jun 6 16:01:57 EDT 2002


FYI,

You should check the output of  phpinfo();   to see if something like register_globals is turned on or off rather than the php.ini file itself. You might have multiple copies or your only copy might be in the incorrect directory which makes it unreliable. On the same page you will also find (towards the TOP) the location of the  php.ini file your PHP installation is reading when it's initialized.

Oktay ALtunergil

On Thu, 06 Jun 2002 15:56:52 -0400
Michael Southwell <southwell at dneba.com> wrote:

> Thanks a lot, guys.  It turns out that php was using php.ini in m:\\windows 
> but I was modifying php.ini in m:\\windows\\system32.  stupid!!
> 
> >Date: Thu, 06 Jun 2002 10:44:26 -0400
> >To: talk at nyphp.org
> >From: Michael Southwell <southwell at dneba.com>
> >Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] receiving params passed from one webpage to another
> >
> >Register_globals is already turned on, so that's not it.  The url 
> >"http://localhost/dneba/browform.php?brow=a%20new" shows me that the 
> >parameter is indeed being passed.  Echoing 
> >$GLOBALS[HTTP_GET_VARS]['brow']  produces "Array['brow']" which I don't 
> >find exactly comprehensible but is clearly not what I'm looking for.  So 
> >I'm still stuck.
> 
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