> In circumstances like this, I would "instrument" the code with > echo/print statements all around where you think the problem is.
We did that with no luck. We only saw one call to the initialize function which is why I switched to tracer emails because we "knew" the initialize function was "the only possible explanation" but couldn't prove it based on any output to the browser. > As with other responders, I have to say that if you're doing the > processing on the server, it doesn't make any sense. > Um... one other wild possibility I almost hate to mention. I don't > recall if you mentioned whether your server was running Windows or not. I did not mention... Sorry... according to phpinfo() it's PHP 5.2.5 on Apache/2.0.52 on CentOS under Plesk 8.2.0. SELECT version() on MySQL reports 4.1.20-log. The MySQL API version in phpinfo() is 4.1.20. If it matters from what I can tell the entire "toolchain" is 64-bit (for example the php configure command reports --build=x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu) > But I wouldn't put it past Microsoft to barf under certain circumstances > if the user agent (browser) isn't IE. Neither would I... but unless I have to for some other reason I prefer PHP 5+, MySQL 5+, Apache 2+ and a *nix of some flavor for my web serving needs. Matt -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php