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Jaime Bozza

-----Original Message-----
From: Martín Marqués [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 16, 2002 8:44 AM
To: Christoph Starkmann; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [PHP] viewing get/post variables

On Mar 16 Abr 2002 10:35, Christoph Starkmann wrote:
> Hi Martín!
> > I can't remmeber how to configure php.ini so that if I get the URL
> > http://localhost/index.php?var1=10
> > an echo $var1 will return 10
> > What I mean, is that _GET["var1"] exists, but I want $var1 to
> > be available.
> If $var1 is not available directly, your safe_mode seems to be
> turned on.
> One way would be to turn safe_mode off again: change the line
> safe_mode=On
> to
> safe_mode=Off

safe_mode is Off.

> in your php.ini.
> The safer way would be to prepare $var1, for example like this:
> $var1 = $HTTP_GET_VARS["var1"];
> Now you can use $var1.

Before I upgraded PHP form 4.0.6 to 4.2.0RC2 it worked directly, without

having to pass the $HTTP_GET_VARS.

Saludos... :-)

Porqué usar una base de datos relacional cualquiera,
si podés usar PostgreSQL?
Martín Marqués                  |        [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Programador, Administrador, DBA |       Centro de Telematica
                       Universidad Nacional
                            del Litoral

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