I just checked and register_globals are on in php.ini.  I have also previously been in 
httpd.conf in my previous attempts to fix this problem.   I have googled my fingers 
off and all 
fixes have mentioned the conf file for apache.  I have played with "options ExecCGI" 
as well as 
other options as per google search results.

BTW... I am trying to use the POST method in my php scripts.

On 10 Oct 2002 at 10:20, Naved, Masroor wrote:

> Michael,
> The easist way of fixing this is to turn register_globals on. It is
> defaulted to off since a few versions ago, I believe. However, there are
> some security concerns you should be aware of with this option. Google
> around for some discuss about this.

On 10 Oct 2002 at 12:09, John W. Holmes wrote:

> That would be an Apache configuration issue. Somewhere in http.conf, I
> think, you can choose whether or not to allow GET/POST operations.
> -----Original Message-----
> I am working on a simple inventory program and am running into the following
> message........Method 
> Not Allowed
> The requested method POST is not allowed for the
> URL/cafe_inventory/choose.php. Apache/1.3.23 Server at (domain.net) Port 80
> If anyone can think of a mailing list, chat room, or even paid tech support
> to help me with this 
> problem, I would greatly appreciate it.

Michael Cortes
Fort LeBoeuf School District
34 East 9th Street
PO Box 810
Waterford PA 16411-0810
Fax1 814.796.3358
Fax2 978-389-1258

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