Use .htaccess, setting register_globals at runtime
will not have the desired affect.
Btw, I can't think of a reason why a script designed
with register_globals = off would not work with it
on. Which is why assuming register_globals = off will
make your scripts more portable.
See also: import_request_variables() and extract().
On 30 Apr 2002, Jeff Bearer wrote:
> I have a server where I'm running some third party apps.
> until now I've had register globals 'on', now I have a new app that
> requires register globals 'off' for it to work, if I change the php.ini
> to off then it breaks some of the other applications.
> Is there a way to turn register globals on or off in the script at
> Jeff Bearer, RHCE
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