did try it, no go. Tried a number of permutations, but it doesn't
seem to want to actually return the exit code... just prints it to
the screen (in terminal mode) which is pretty and all, but not what I
just wondering is a solution exists and i just can't see the forest
for the trees.
>From: Miles Thompson<clipped>
>You can return a value from a function ...
>function dosomething( para1, para2 )
> code here
> which depending on success or failure sets $reflag to 0 or 1
> return $retflag;
>So now the question is "Can we return a value from a
>script?" Hell, I don't
>know, why not just try it?
>My gut feeling is that it would go to the browser, not to
>the calling program.
>Cheers - Miles
>At 02:26 PM 5/10/01 -0400, Dave wrote:
>>to tie in web based scripts and database updates with some
>>authentication issues, we need to have a PHP script be called from
>>another program. The program expects a return or exit value to be
>>transmitted back on completion or termination of the script. 0
>>indicating success and anything else indicating failure
>>PHP has exit() and die() which, all though you can place a
>>it, only prints it to the screen (or other output target) prior to
>>killing itself, and does not send an exit code as would a
>>is there any way to generate a exit code on the completion of a php
>>script that will be interpreted by the program or CGI calling the
>>script, even if it is code to wrap the PHP script in yet
>>shell. We need to send some variables back from the PHP
>script to the
>>terminal as open text (just printed to the screen), but the
>>specifically waiting for the exit code.
>>really want to avoide writing a perl/dbi script to carry out this
>>Appreciate any insight
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