I'm running into a problem accessing $HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA in my scripts.  I
am interfacing with an external system that is doing a HTTP POST to my php
script (I'm running 4.0.6).  The variable $HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA is always
blank even though the external system is sending me data.  The problem is
that the external system is not passing me a Content-type; they are
including Content-length and the various other headers, but not
Content-type.  There is a known bug for this
(http://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=12208), and it seems that it is resolved in

Does anyone know of a patch for 4.0.6 that would resolve this bug?  I
wouldn't mind re-compiling 4.0.6 after patching the code, but I would rather
not install 4.0.7 since it is still in the release candidate stage and the
server in question is a production server.


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