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[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Christian Blichmann) wrote:
> "Cc Zona" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > You can look over the environment vars available to you with a quick call
> > to phpinfo() <http://php.net/phpinfo>.
> Thanks for replying, but as Philip stated in his reply to my question
> its that the actual location doesn't appear in the environment block.
That's true, the URL does not appear there as a single preset variable;
it's up to you to re-assemble a URL out of the variables that are
available, and thus the need to scan the vars phpinfo() has to offer.
Since you're using PHP as a CGI, somewhat different variables get set than
when PHP is run as a module, so a call to phpinfo() is the best way to
identify the right vars for accomplishing your task.
Question: before you dismissed phpinfo() as useless, did you call it and
look at what's there? Because more than likely the info that you envision
extracting in a two step process (access URL, break down into needed
components) can be directly accessed from one or more environment/server
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