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From Luis Gallegos <lgalle...@todo1.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problem with Form Processing in PHP
Date Tue, 11 Nov 2003 21:31:39 GMT
Try using $HTTP_POST_VARS[] or $HTTP_GET_VARS[].
Review the php.ini file and the documentation of the variable
register_globals.

	Luis

On Tue, 2003-11-11 at 15:18, Fred Scheifele wrote:
> Greetings, all.
> 
> I am relatively new to Apache and have been lurking here for a few 
> weeks.  This is my first post.
> 
> I am having a problem processing forms in PHP.  I know this is not a PHP 
> list, but I have investigated this problem from the PHP side, and I 
> can't find anything wrong (although I am relatively new to PHP, as well.)
> 
> I'll get to the symptoms in a second, but first let me give some quick 
> background.  My production Web site is on a commercial server running 
> Apache 1.3.28 and PHP 4.3.3 on Linux.  My site is one of many virtual 
> hosts served by this machine, and I do not have access to httpd.conf  I 
> can use .htaccess files freely, though.  I have a test server (my 
> desktop machine) running Apache 2.0.47 and PHP 4.3.3 on Windows XP Pro. 
> Obviously, I have access to httpd.conf on the test server.
> 
> Now, the symptom.  Form processing works correctly on my test server, 
> but on the production server, the $_POST super-global array is not 
> populated with my form data.  (If I submit using GET, the $_GET array is 
> empty.)
> 
> And finally, my question.  Are there any Apache directives that could 
> cause this?  I have looked through the documentation, but my 
> inexperienced eyes did not find anything.
> 
> I can post a small test form and action script if it will help.
> 
> Thanks in advance for any help.


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