Subject: Re: [PHP] RE: PHP "GET" Error?
Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 20:03:28 +0000


On Thu, 2010-02-25 at 15:01 -0500, Alice Wei wrote:

> Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 13:50:16 -0600
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> Subject: Re: PHP "GET" Error?
> Alice Wei wrote:
> > Hi, 
> > 
> >   I forgot to mention that the url is formed from Actionscript, I am just 
> > using PHP to do the "I/O" because Actionscript does not have this option. 
> > 
> >   So, I guess I cannot do the serialize here like you suggested. I have 
> > changed # to 0x for now, and that does not seem to help yet. 
> >   BTW, below is the complete code, would this help with my choices?
> > 
> I haven't used actionscript, but it's javascript basically yes?
> Use encodeURI() or encodeURIComponent() on the data.
   Yes, and no. But, I did find the function in the Actionscript library, and I 
used the new url to pass through to PHP. Looks like it still didn't work, could 
the length be an issue? 

   BTW, these two variables start off from Actionscript as "arrays", but would 
knowing this here help? It would be nice that I can just pass them on as arrays 
(I had to "turn them into strings" before I passed to PHP). 

Thanks for your help. 


> -- 
> Thanks!
> -Shawn
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Have you tried outputting the URL string to see if it's properly formed? AS3 
can still trace() can't it?

This link should give you an idea of the string limits of different browsers 
and servers:

I have just done that, and here is the pathetically long url:


This is generated from the encodeURI() Shawn was talking about. Does this seem 
"well-formed" to you?



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