On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 4:04 PM, Mattias Thorslund <matt...@thorslund.us> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Apparently, $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] doesn't get set the same way when
> running PHP on IIS as when running it on Apache. Specifically, it seems to
> contain the script name only, and not the query string part.
> I know I can rewrite my code to piece together a $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI']
> from $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] and $_SERVER['QUERY_STRING'], but some
> instances of $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'] are in third party scripts which would
> be a bit of a pain to fix every time they are updated.
> It is a known problem since there are several mentions and workarounds to be
> found on the Internet, but I'm wondering which is currently the "best" way
> to deal with it. I don't personally run PHP with IIS, so I haven't
> encountered this problem before...but now I have a user who does. I could
> potentially have more users who encounter the same thing, so the easier the
> instructions and the less tinkering, the better. Is there a php.ini setting,
> for instance? What have you found that works for you?
It works just fine on the servers where I work.
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