ID: 10450
User Update by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Open
Bug Type: Reproduceable crash
Description: Submitting a form to same php file as the form is in, with a query string


I've worked out now, after many hours, that it is actually an IE6beta problem....

MS BS...

Previous Comments:

[2001-04-23 08:03:50] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
refer to

for more detailed explanation and what I've tried.

This shows that on linux with 4.03pl1 it seems to work... but it does not on mine 
(windows millennium, php4.04pl1)


[2001-04-23 04:28:58] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I have a php4 file called temp.php with the following *exact* contents:

mysql_connect("localhost", "root", "Robbo567");
if (!isset($frmAction)) { // If data has not been submitted
    <form action="temp.php" method="post">
    <input type="hidden" name="frmAction" value="submitted">
    <input type="submit">
else {
  ?>Form has been submitted<?

When this file is executed, it works perfectly, unless you supply it with a query 
string (eg temp.php?hello).  As soon as a query string is supplied, PHP4 crashes and a 
500 error is produced.

I have norrowed it down to two workarounds, comment out the mysql_connect line and it 
works fine, or change the form method to get and it works fine... but as is it should 
also work fine.... alas it does not!!


[2001-04-23 03:30:20] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I have a single file that does both displaying a form if nothing has been submitted, 
or process data if data has been submitted.  When the file is called with a query 
string (eg, file.php?hello) the form is displayed properly (as it should be), but as 
soon as I hit the submit button after completing the form, PHP crashes and I get an 
error 500 (internal server error).

If I remove the query string, everything works fine (but I need the query string for a 
seperate function).

This only happens when the form action is post, it works fine with get.


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