Me too, I've never had any problems with PHP running it with or without the
%s %s. I guess that IIS 3 required that, but IIS 4./5 not necessarily
require it (a useful bug??). Nevertheless, it work without them anyways.
I only wish that the PHP ISAPI module is FINALLY made stable (production
quality) to use it on my sites.
"Phil Driscoll" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> On Thursday 16 August 2001 7:35 pm, Elias Santiago wrote:
> > I believe that IIS passes the script name to php.exe with the first %s.
> > think IIS replaces the first %s with the script name. From the second
> > article, I suppose that if the %s is changed to %S, the name passed to
> > php.exe would be UPPERCASE. Can anyone verify this?
> I can't verify that, but I can verify that I've had php running without
> trouble at all ever on about a dozen NT4 boxes without %s %s anywhere in
> without any problems at all :)
> Maybe the default behaviour of IIS (since it is the sensible behaviour) is
> pass the script name to the exe it calls.
> Phil Driscoll
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