Am 18.02.12 01:54, schrieb Brian Smither: > I have a script that accepts four POST variables. Three are used and five > more are added for a total of eight keys and their urlencode() values all > strung together in the proper format. > > Then cURL is initialized with the field string given to: > curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POST,8); > curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_POSTFIELDS, $string); > > But that's not the string arriving at cURL's target URL! What's arriving at > the target is exactly the POST array that this script received in the first > place. > > Here's what I don't understand... > The cURL request is coming from this script on domainA, but the target > address is also domainA. Does everybody play nice in this situation? > > PHP 5.3.5 > Apache 2.2 > > Note: CURLOPT_POST evaluates to true, regardless that I use an integer. All > other curl* commands are set. > > > Maybe you could provide a bit more of information.
var_dump($_POST); // at the beginning of the script // the code that assembles $string // the target url for your curl request from curl_init or CURLOPT // the other curloptions not mentioned here but used -- Marco Behnke Dipl. Informatiker (FH), SAE Audio Engineer Diploma Zend Certified Engineer PHP 5.3 Tel.: 0174 / 9722336 e-Mail: ma...@behnke.biz Softwaretechnik Behnke Heinrich-Heine-Str. 7D 21218 Seevetal http://www.behnke.biz
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