Hey All!

        I hit a snag yesterday on something I've done a million times before.
Perhaps one of you might be able to lend a hand.


        I use a Dell Latitude laptop for development. It's got pretty much
everything I need for my day to day needs. NT Workstation, mysql, mssql,
odbc drivers galore, Xitami, etc... Until now I've had PHP3 on it. There's
no particular reason that I haven't upgraded to PHP4. Lazy, I guess.
Anyways, today I downloaded the PHP4.0.6 zip and did the install.

        We all know the drill. Unzip into the directory of choice (D:/Php4/),
copy over the renamed php.ini file, copy over php4ts.dll, edit php.ini to
change Xiatmi's default.cfg (.phtml=D:\Php4\php.exe), double check
fire up Xitami, test with a print("test"); or phpinfo();...done!

        Wrong. When I hit my test page with a web browser I get a blank screen. A
check of the source shows:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
<META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html;

        Xitami's status continues to show activity for 30 seconds after the page
itself is done loading. My current max_execution time in php.ini is set to
240, in Xitami it's the same.

        The kicker is when I go to the command prompt I can fire off that page
manually and get results. My test code of:


        gets me:

D:\PHP4>php.exe -e -f D:\work\moskal\oracle\ora_test.php

        This makes me think that, for some reason, Php4 and Xitami aren't really
communicating. But I'm not getting any errors, even though my error
reporting in php.ini is set to (error_reporting = E_ALL).

Any ideas?
- Erik

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