In article <Pine.WNT.4.44.0202272245210.1448-100000@associate>,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Timothy J. Luoma) wrote:
> > > I have a virtual domain under Apache and do not have access to the global
> > > php.ini file
> > >
> > > Apache lets me set site-wide configuration in an /.htaccess file
> > >
> > > Is there something similar for PHP?
> > Forget "similar", you can set PHP config options in the .htaccess file
> > itself. See <http://php.net/configuration>.
> Thanks for your reply.
> I'm afraid I did a poor job of asking my question(*). My apologies.
> I would like to set some variables of my own creation (ie $DOMAIN_NAME) on
> a global basis.
In that case, the "auto_prepend_file" config option may be of interest.
It's described on the page previously mentioned.
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