ID: 6863
Updated by: jmoore
Old-Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: PWS related
PHP Version: 4.0.2
Assigned To: 

this is a MSFT problem with them being non CGI complaint. Not much PHP can do about 

- James

Previous Comments:

[2000-12-21 22:41:14] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Changes to PHP.INI:

asp_tags     =       On
memory_limit = 8388608
(this setting is "8M" in the newer php.ini-dist, but I never
changed it to the one that I have...must have been an old default)
(at this point my old DOS compare util crapped out, so I will try to remember the 

include_path    ="."
upload_tmp_dir  ="C:Download"
upload_max_filesize     =2097152
sendmail_from   [EMAIL PROTECTED]
session.save_path = windowstemp

I think that's it.


[2000-12-21 05:36:02] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
This works for me in Linux/Apache. So this might be
only PWS/Windows problem.

If you have somehow changed your php.ini could you
please add it into this report?

Following url will take you to correct page
where your password should work:



[2000-12-18 11:37:50] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Does this happen with PHP 4.0.3pl1?



[2000-09-23 12:12:28] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
This is a followup to Bug id #5747...I can't edit it anymore, I assume because it's 
"closed."  Somehow I think I goofed...this problem *does* still exist in 4.0.2.  To 
reproduce (in PWS 4.0):

$QUERY_STRING == 'test'


In UNIX under PHP 3.0.16 both evaluate the same way (as 'test').


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