I just tried two programs with the same name to display echo phpinfo().
One with php3 extention and another with php extention and both brings
in php 3.0.12
Is there anything else I should check?
Thanks in advance.
Kurt Lieber wrote:
> If it's set up according to defaults, a file named .php will be
> processed by php4 and one named .php3 will be processed by php3.
> You can test this out by creating two files, one with a .php extension
> and one with a .php3 extension. Then, just place an "echo phpInfo();"
> in the file and you'll see which version each file gets processed by.
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>> From: Unni [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
>> Sent: Friday, July 27, 2001 8:58 AM
>> To: Php (E-mail) (E-mail)
>> Subject: [PHP] A Basic Question!
>> This is a very basic question. My server admin said, the PHP is
>> available in the server to use it. PHP3 available in the
>> server and PHP4
>> is available as CGI-Wrapper. Now my question is, how can I
>> make use of
>> PHP4 over riding PHP3?
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