a .htaccess file in the directory you want RG OFF (ie /wiki/) should do the
php_flag register_globals on
This seems to work for me...
on 25/11/02 10:37 PM, DL Neil ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> Excuse me breaking in...somewhat similar problem:
> Have set up a client recently, preaching security persuaded them into
> updating so that could run Register_Globals=Off. Now they want to install a
> 'wiki' which requires (to my horror) Register_Globals=On.
> Short of two Apache/PHP servers, what is a logical way to structure things
> so that the 'wiki' runs 'insecure' but other/'my' PHP work runs more
> Please advise,
>> You cannot do it inside a script as the register_globals magic happens
>> before the script starts executing, so toggling the setting at runtime is
>> too late.
>> On Mon, 25 Nov 2002, Tariq Murtaza wrote:
>>> Dear All,
>>> I am wondering if anyone shed some light.
>>> i am thinking of setting value for php.ini variables like
>>> register_globals = ON/OFF at runtime (within our php script).
>>> Is there any function built-in in php?, or can we do it ourselves.
>>> Looking forward,
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