My form is actually using method="post". And I did use $_POST. Can't
remember if I tried $_GET, but if I'm using post would that even work? I'll
give it a try later and let you know.

"Jay Blanchard" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> [snip]
> Submits to addUser.php:
> <?php
> echo $HTTP_SERVER_VARS['userName'];
> ?>
> Returns this error in my browser:
> Notice: Undefined index: userName in E:\Inetpub\wwwroot\Test\addUser.php
> line 11
> Is there a setting in my php.ini file I need to change? register_globals
> off, as that seems to be the preferred method now. But that's my issue,
> trying to access this external variable. $_REQUEST doesn't work. $_POST
> doesn't either. I have other scripts that it's working in, but I may not
> know what I'm saying here.
> PHP 4.2.3 on IIS (personal web server or whatever it's called) on WinXP
> [/snip]
> You mentioned everything but $_GET{'userName'] :^]
> Since the form method=GET this is what you would have to do to 'get' the
> result you're looking for.
> HTH!
> Jay

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