On Tue, 23 Jan 2001, The_RadiX wrote:
> > because $SERVER_NAME is created IF the php
> > directive register_globals = on. this setting
> > is off by default as of PHP 4.2.0. all
> > server predefined variables behave this way,
> > such as $PHP_SELF, etc.
> Yes so I've heard... One thing though..
> I use PHP4.1.1... not 4.2.x
> Anywayz will try the $_SERVER[xxx] trick
Please realize that it doesn't matter what version
you're using, I was just saying "the default." So,
you should go see what your settings are via the
wonderful phpinfo() function. In fact, phpinfo will
show you the values of many predefined variables
such as SERVER_NAME, PHP_SELF, REQUEST_URI, etc.
Which ones exist depends on the particular web
server. If a var exists at all, phpinfo will tell
$_SERVER is an array of all web server predefined
variables. As is $HTTP_SERVER_VARS. At least one
of these will always be available (nobody uses 4.0.2-
anymore right? Phew, no need to bring up track_vars
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