I run it as CGI... I have the problem fixed though...
It looks real messy but every time I echo out
a variable that *appears* to be undefined whilst
it actually is, I stick an @ sign infront of it...
Hence I have something like:
If I need to stick extra statements I use concatenation
echo @$var1."Extra String Fed".@var2".....";
Kind of nasty looking but under IIS it does the
"Mindhunter" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Are you running PHP as CGI or ISAPI?
> I got so much similar trouble with the ISAPI dll on IIS that I use the CGI
> "Kondwani Spike Mkandawire" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > I have a problem running my Scripts from IIS...
> > I test them on my localhost which is running
> > Apache and PHP 4.2.1 and it works perfectly...
> > However I get an undefined variable error
> > running it on an IIS Server running PHP 4.2.1
> > Apart from these messages that make my
> > "send to" pages look untidy, the Script still
> > runs as expected on IIS... I have tried a couple
> > of approaches:
> > Stuck in some if and isset statements...
> > Effect: It affects the running of the whole
> > Script (Some of the variables loose info...
> > and I am using locking quotations \")...
> > I have tried sticking in @symbols and this
> > has no effect
> > I have tried sticking in if empty... This has
> > a similar effect to if isset...
> > Does anyone else have any ideas on what I
> > could do?
> > Kondwani
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