Thanks to those who helped on this. It helped to re-start the server. But
the other problem I found out was that register_globals was turned off by
default, so variables passed, as for instance ?ID=3 in the URL, were not
recognised. I turned register_globals on in the Apache config file:
php_flag register_globals on.
From: Dillon, John
Sent: 21 October 2003 16:05
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Error settings
How do I get rid of the undefined variable errors I get on a new (default)
set up of Apache 1.3.28/PHP4.3.2 (without re-writing the code). It works on
the internet on my host providers server but I am running this on localhost.
I also get undefined offset error.
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