On 01/12/2010 19:01, Daniel P. Brown wrote:
On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 09:50, Bundhoo M Nadim<na...@alienworkers.com>  wrote:
If I just put only this piece of code:


i get nothing. But the above codes is successfully redirecting me to
page.php with a properly constructed query string ->  which means that $_POST
was never empty. So why var_dump($_POST) is returning just array(0) { } ???
     Are you actually posting data to it?

Actually this is the response page, i.e. a payment gateway is sending the result of a transaction to this page. Normally I expect to catch the data sent by the payment gateway using the $_POST array, i.e. $result = $_POST['result'], etc.

So i wanted to check the data sent by the payment gateway using var_dump($_POST); <--- this gives me array(0) { }

But if I put the other codes (lemme quote again here):

filename: response.php

     header("Expires: " . gmdate("D, d M Y H:i:s", time() + (0*60)) . "GMT");
     header("Pragma: no-cache");
     print "REDIRECT=http://www.domaine.com/page.php?";;
     $param = http_build_query($_POST);
     print $param;

It successfully redirects me to page.php + the properly constructed query string
e.g.: http://www.domain.com/page.php?var1=val1&var2=val2 ... etc

That's baffling me. Why can't I catch the $_POST data in this response.php but 
I get them in page.php ??

Something weird.

nadim attari

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