Do a phpinfo() and check to see if you perhaps have a cookie with the name "id" set with the value "1". If your look at variables_order in your php.ini file, you will see that cookie data will override get-method data. To force a read from the GET data, use $_GET['id'] instead of $id.
-Rasmus On Sun, 3 Mar 2002, Chris N wrote: > Ive just found a rather weird bug that im experiencing. Im running PHP 4.1.2 > with Apache 1.3.23 on Linux Redhat 7. When ever I try and use variable $id > it always has a value of 1 no matter what. It only does it if its in a get, > think a post too. I can hard code it in a script and itll have a correct > value but in a GET it gets messed up. Ive tried running it several ways of > having it be first in the list or last, no matter what its always 1. > > Example: > url = http://www.domain.com/test.php?id=12345&name=Kalamazoo > > File : > <?php > echo "name = $name<br>"; > echo "id = $id<br>"; > echo "<a href=\"$PHP_SELF?id=12345&name=Kalamazoo\">click</a>"; > ?> > > Result : > name = Kalamazoo > id = 1 > click ( http://www.domain.com/test.php?id=12345&name=Kalamazoo ) > > Anyone have any ideas what this could come from? > > > > > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php