> > Yes, $PHP_SELF would include /1/2/3.  $SCRIPT_NAME wouldn't have it though
> > since Apache fills that in with the script it executes.  Or you could
> > simply look at $PATH_INFO and strip the contents of $PATH_INFO from the
> > end of $PHP_SELF.
>     Aha!  Good.  Now, does anyone have a link to documentation on how to use
> this method?
>     (I forgot to ask that, duh)

Nothing to it.  All you really need to know is that $PATH_INFO will
contain /1/2/3 simply pick out what you need using something like:

  list($arg1,$arg2,$arg3) = explode('/',$PATH_INFO);

There is nothing to change configuration-wise in either PHP or Apache.

What you can do is get a bit fancier and get rid of the .php from the URL
and use:


In your Apache config you would use:

  <Location "/blah">
  ForceType application/x-httpd-php

And then you would simply name your PHP script 'blah' and stick it in your
document root directory.  But this is not needed if you are happy with:


Here the .php extension tells Apache that blah.php is a PHP script that
should be executed.


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