That is due to register_globals being on by default in PHP4 and off by
default in PHP5. It is a security risk and should not be used. I
believed it is being removed in PHP 6.
> i don't know about the sql.. but i have some story.
> in php4, when type url like this
> i able to print the 'myid' variable easyly.. but when in php5.. i must
> $_GET['myid'] to have myid value.
> Weaver Hickerson wrote:
>> Greetings list. We are planning to move our "legacy" php4/apache
>> system to PHP5 and also move to the Zend Platform. Wondering if
>> anyone has any gotchas/horror stories.. The system interfaces with
>> both MySQL and SQL Server.
>> Any thoughts appreciated!
>> Weaver Hickerson, President
>> LightSpeed Technology Group
>> 770-787-0880 ext 3011
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