PHP 4.1.2 (+) has register_globals turned off by default.
Do either of the below to turn it on:
1.. Turn register_globals on in PHP.INI
2.. Use ini_set in one or more of the most commonly used files of the application to
have register_globals turned on for that application. (I think a variant of PHP
directive in Apache also achieves this effect. But not sure though).
"James Daily" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> RE: phpsecurityadmin-2002-07-24.zip and PHP 4.2.2
> PLATFORM: win 98
> BACKGROUND: in order to use the above classes i had to
> upgrade to PHP 4.2.2
> PROBLEM: when i upgraded to 4.2.2, all my old scripts
> lost the GET or POST info being passed.
> COMMENTS: everything except the phpsecurityadmin classes
> worked as expected under PHP 4.0.
> after upgrade, phpsecurityadmin classes work but any old
> scripts that are accepting data from previous page via
> GET or POST do not.
> i can manually parse the GET query string, but this is foolish
> and time consuming.
> it's as if the automatic variables are not getting assigned
> the data being passed.
> QUESTION: has anybody else run across this and
> what was the resolution?
> James Daily
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> 4 2 1000
> ( cos(ø - r) - sin ø ) * ( r - 2r cos(2ø + 2.4) + 0.9) + 0.62r) < 0
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