basicly this problem seems to result of the new way I do get the string from
I used to get it with $PATH_INFO
Now I do a $PATH_INFO = $_SERVER[REQUEST_URI];
which is not the same result.
Does anybody know a equal command for $PHP_INFO ?
"Andy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
[EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]...
> Hi there,
> I did upgrade to 4.2 and now I am "recoding" :-( my whole application.
> So I did get behind the basic idea, but there is one case, where I just
> know how to solve it:
> Im a doing something similar like on php.net when you type in
> php.net/functionname. In my .htaccess file I do redirect in case of a 404
> a php page where I do redirect to a page called /profiles/80000001.html
> In the file profiles (which is a php file not a dir) I do grab the
> 80000001.html and extract the 80000001 to explode it into parameters. Then
> do grab the functionname (or in my case user name) to redirect him to the
> propper site.
> In php4.1.1 it worked fine. Now I changed the first function to:
> $PATH_INFO = $_SERVER[REQUEST_URI]; (was $PATH_INFO in 4.1.1)
> The username was fetched in 4.1.1 with ( I know I have to change this as
> $parameter = explode('/', $REQUEST_URI);
> $user_name = $parameter;
> So now I do get as $PATH_INFO the username which is mixing up my whole
> How can I get both parameters like in good old former times :-)
> Do u see my trouble?
> I appreciate every help on that,
> Thanx, Andy
PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/)
To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php