Wednesday, December 4, 2002, 12:13:22 AM, you wrote:
GC> Hi folks,

GC> I would like to add a few fields to a custom Apache access log format
GC> and populate the values from mod_php.

GC> As a mechanism, I was thinking of using the PHP function putenv( ) to
GC> set environmental variables. I am assuming that these would be in the
GC> same request namespace used by Apache?

GC> Then in Apache, I would use the mod_log_config directive documented
GC> as:

GC> "%...{FOOBAR}e:  The contents of the environment variable FOOBAR"

GC> to place the value of the variables in the log string.

GC> Is this a sensible approach? I only have a live server to test on, so
GC> I'd like to be sure I am on the right track b

GC> -- 

GC> Geoff Caplan
GC> Advantae Ltd

GC> http://www.advantae.com

You could use this

<?php apache_note('PHP_TITLE','Home Page')?>

Then the log formatter would be .....\"%{PHP_TITLE}n\"...


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