Check your register_globals setting in your php.ini file. This used to
default to 'yes', but now defaults to 'no'.


On Fri, 2002-10-18 at 06:26, Michel Bakkenes - bakkenes.net wrote:
> Ok.. I'm not a newbie I thought.. I do have experience with PHP, but I
> never suffered from this error.
>  
> I used on my own redhat 8.0 server the following test-script:
>  
> if($action=="test"){ echo "Test";}
>  
> I tried it to run with: 127.0.0.1/index.php?action=test
>  
> It doesn't print anything. (which means I even can't print hello world
> :P)
>  
> Oh, other variable constructions like $bla = "blah" . echo $bla etc. do
> work.. 
>  
> With regards,
>  
> Michel Bakkenes
> J2ee developer
>  
> Infolook BV
> Zevenbergen, The Netherlands
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