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Problem with environment variables

Postby greg » Wed Nov 13, 2002 7:04 am

I installed PHP 4.2.3 on a Win2000k server with IIS 5.0. The installation did not complete saying that I needed to finish configuring PHP manually because of a missing OCX. I followed the install.txt in the PHP directory.

PHP scripts seem to work mostly. I can assign variables, read from files, etc.

But, when I try to use an envronment variable, REQUEST_METHOD, I get an undefined variable error.

I can run phpinfo() and REQUEST_METHOD is listed and has a value. I compared the phpinfo() otput to output from a webhost that my script works on and found nothing that would seem to cause the problem.

Any clues?
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Never mind!

Postby greg » Wed Nov 13, 2002 9:15 am

Sorry, :oops:

I found the answer in another part of this forum.


Amazing now that I know what the answer is, I can find it everywhere. But when I was searching all over the net, I couldn't find it because I didn't realize what the problem truely was.
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Re: Never mind!

Postby imroue » Tue Nov 19, 2002 7:10 pm

greg wrote:Sorry, :oops:

I found the answer in another part of this forum.


Amazing now that I know what the answer is, I can find it everywhere. But when I was searching all over the net, I couldn't find it because I didn't realize what the problem truely was.


Could you share the answer?
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