If they're empty but phpinfo displays them you're probably inside a function and 
haven't declared HTTP_POST_FILES as global.

Jason Dulberg wrote:

> I am working on an image upload script and I've tried to use the variables
> from $HTTP_POST_FILES however it seems that no matter how I try to get the
> variables, they are always empty -- even though they are populated when
> checking phpinfo();
> HTTP_POST_FILES["binFile"]
> Array
> (
> [name] => arrow-block.gif
> [type] => image/gif
> [tmp_name] => /var/tmp/phph60272
> [size] => 857
> )
> I got some info on it from php.net and attempt to echo as they have on their site 
>however it displays nothing.
> echo $HTTP_POST_FILES['binFile']['name']."<br>";
> I am attempting to get size/extension of the file to determine if its a valid 
>extension and within the valid filesize range.
> Is this a server issue or just my php newbie-ness? If anyone has any ideas on how I 
>can get this working, please let me know.
> Thanks.
> __________________
> Jason Dulberg
> Extreme MTB
> http://extreme.nas.net

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