Nop. getenv("QUERY_STRING") also returns an empty string.
The crazy thing is that getenv returns an empty string instead of FALSE.
Anyway, if I do "index.php?a=1", I get HTTP_GET_VARS['a']==1, but 
$QUERY_STRING is still empty :(

dav wrote:

> Try getenv() function to import the query string from apache ambient.
> This is not a bug, maybe the index.php?1 isn't standard at all.

> "Ernesto" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ha scritto nel messaggio
>>I'm a newbie using Apache 1.3.22 and PHP 4.0.6 on Windows.
>>I'm trying to access the $QUERY_STRING var, but it's empty even when I
>>do have a query string. On one server (Win2K), it works ok. On the other
>>server (WinXP) it's always empty.
>>If I use "index.php?s=1", $HTTP_GET_VARS['s'] is 1, but I need the raw
>>query string because it's something like "index.php?1".
>>Is this a known bug on PHP/WinXP?

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