Thank you very much for your help.  It was a silly mistake.  We had a few
sites affected.  I was so worried  that I overlooked the simple problem.

Thanks again.  Mailing List is great (first time for me)!

Ruth


----- Original Message -----
From: "Beau Lebens" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "'Ruth Zhai'" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>; <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 1:44 PM
Subject: RE: [PHP-DB] Global variables, $_GET problem


> Ruth,
>
> your reference to $_GET('var') is close, but as you have seen - no cigar
:)
> using the "()" after GET makes it refer to a function, but it is actually
an
> array which is automatically created, so you need to use
>
> $_GET['var'] (note the square brackets
>
> as for point 2 (register_globals) did you restart the apache service after
> changing it? because registering globals should make $var available again
> (but won't help with problem 1 :)
>
> HTH
>
> Beau
>
> // -----Original Message-----
> // From: Ruth Zhai [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> // Sent: Wednesday, 24 July 2002 11:39 AM
> // To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> // Subject: [PHP-DB] Global variables, $_GET problem
> //
> //
> // Hello php friends,
> // We just upgraded our PHP to version 4.2.1.  I realized that
> // $var is no
> // longer available from www.url.com/myphp.php?var=3 .  As
> // instructed in the
> // document, we have tried two things:
> // 1. I tried to use $_GET('var'), however, I got "Fatal error: Call to
> // undefined function: array() in /home/httpd/... " message.  I
> // have no clue
> // what this means, and what I have done wrong.
> // 2. Set register_globals = on in the configuration file.
> // This did not make
> // any difference.
> //
> // I don's know what to do now.  Your help is highly appreciated.
> //
> // Ruth
> //
> //
> //
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