A classic problem with PHP Execute is that it is depending on the embedded fast 
cgi which it communicates with using tcp (ip + port).
If you run many copies of 4D on your machine, it is likely the default php fast 
cgi port for fast cgi is already used by another 4D.
Then calling PHP Execute will fail...

You can change it but you have to choose an available port...

Just my 2 cents...

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