On 12 Jan 2012 at 18:51, David Savage <dsav...@cytelcom.com> wrote: > Installed apache onto a win2K server, and have the html file & php file in the > same folder (Q:\ASTERISK\) on the Q: drive (which is just another drive in > this same server). I opened the html file using IE 6.0. What I'm thinking > is there may be an issue with some setting on the web server. The php > statements I posted were the first few statements in the script, so apparently > the script didn't see the variables, so I'll have to review the httpd.conf and > php.ini files to find whatever settings is preventing the acctnum, year, and > month from being passed to the php script.
You say: I opened the html file using IE 6.0 I don't like the sound of that. Do you mean you double-clicked the file and it opened in IE or do you mean you put Q:\... into the IE address bar or what? What you should be doing is putting http://localhost/your-file.html in the IE address bar. What is your document-root? Is the Q:\thingy part of it? -- Cheers -- Tim
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