Tom a écrit : 

 > Actaully, neither Apache or PHP is at fault. The ErrorDocument (either in
 > httpd.conf or an .htaccess file) follows absolute paths, so you are calling
 > your engine.php out of the root directory of the machine. So the question
 > is, do you have engine.php in the / folder? If not you can put it there or
 > just adjust your ErrorDocument command to point to the path of the file.

No, you didn't understand. I'll make a simpler example. Let's say I did
use :

ErrorDocument 404 /phpinfo.php

/phpinfo.php exists, it just does phpinfo();

If I call http://localhost/dontexist?plop=foobar I will see the phpinfo,
and I will see variables like :

REDIRECT_ERROR_NOTES: File does not exist: /var/www/dontexist 

but $plop won't be set, and there is no way to get the variables
back. In POST method I won't even see the REDIRECT_QUERY_STRING at
all. So should this work, if not why, and is there a way to fix it ?

Thanks :)

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