ID: 5503
Updated by: rasmus
Old Status: Open
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Feature/Change Request
Operating System: Linux
PHP Version: 4.0.0
New Comment:

PHP 4.0.7 will have a config option to turn this on. 

Previous Comments:

[2000-07-11 06:58:29] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

When IE 5 exports its favorites file (an HTML file) to a server, it sends a raw HTTP 
POST of the data. i.e. The data isn't packaged into a variable (with the syntax 
'Content-Disposition: form-data; name="name"') in the same way as HTML form POSTs are.

PHP's HTTP_POST_VARS does a good job of exposing the variables found in HTML form 
posts. But it doesn't seem to allow access to the raw HTTP POST data (HTTP_POST_VARS 
contains a brave but corrupted attempt to parse the 'variables'). So I can't get at 
the submitted IE5 favorites data.

I've spent a lot of time researching this, but of course I might be missing something 
obvious. So I'm sorry if I'm just missing an existing way to do this. If so, could you 
please point me in the right direction?




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