If there is some way to do this, then it has eluded me for several
hours.  I would like to set a variable in the apache config file which
I can then access in a php script.  I'm running mod_php4 and apache 1

I have tried things like this:
    php_value WSERVER red2.office.com

and this:
    SetEnv WSERVER red2.office.com

with and without quotes.  mod_env is loaded.  I can't find the
variable WSERVER n $GLOBALS or $_ENV of $_GET.

can someone help out?

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