I am pretty sure this is fixed in cvs.  It should be simple to fix
in your copy by adding a line:

$_xh[$parser]['ac'] = '';

Under the other, similar lines near the top of the same function.

Kevin Woolley wrote:
> 
> I've been developing a system using the xmlrpc libraries on linux for a
> couple of weeks now, and everything is looking good on my code.  However
> we've a requirement to run the system under windows, so I've just spent the
> last day trying to achieve this - without success.
> 
> using the standard testsuite.php in the included 1.02 distribution I see the
> following error
> 
> <br />
> <b>Notice</b>:  Undefined index:  ac in
> <b>c:\inetpub\wwwroot\projects\xmlrpc\xmlrpc.inc</b> on line <b>333</b><br
> />
> <br />
> 
> Which translates to this statement
> 
>                 $_xh[$parser]['ac'].=str_replace('$', '\$',
>                         str_replace('"', '\"', str_replace(chr(92),
>                                 $xmlrpc_backslash, $data)));
> 
> I'm running php Version 4.2.2 installed on a windows 2000 advanced server
> system.  Everything else appears to run fine.  The error occurs on the first
> call to xmlrpc and is completely reproducable - everything I try gives the
> same error even if I cut the system down to a 'bare bones' file.
> 
> Obviously the error occurs because $_xh[$parser]['ac'] is unitialized at
> this point, so I tried adding code of the form
> 
>         if (array_key_exists('ac',$_xh[$parser])) {
> 
> around the statement.  This threw up a similar error further up the code
> 
>         case "METHODNAME":
>       if (array_key_exists('ac',$_xh[$parser])) {               // kjw
>                 $_xh[$parser]['method']=ereg_replace("^[\n\r\t ]+", "",
> $_xh[$parser]['ac']);
>           }
>           break;
> 
> which I tried adding a an if test around too.  If I do this I then get
> 
> <?xml version="1.0"?>
> <methodResponse>
> <fault>
>   <value>
>     <struct>
>       <member>
>         <name>faultCode</name>
>         <value><int>1</int></value>
>       </member>
>       <member>
>         <name>faultString</name>
>         <value><string>Unknown method</string></value>
>       </member>
>     </struct>
>   </value>
> </fault>
> </methodResponse>
> ---END---
> ---EVALING---[129 chars]---
> new xmlrpcval(array('faultCode' => new xmlrpcval(1, 'int'),'faultString' =>
> new xmlrpcval("Unknown method", 'string')), 'struct');
> ---END---
> 
> Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in
> c:\inetpub\wwwroot\projects\xmlrpc\testsuite.php on line 33
> 
> using the standard testsuite.php code again.
> 
> I see this error seems to have been reported on several occassions further
> down this board.  Has anyone managed to solve it?  Looks like a problem with
> the xml parser to me - the results suggest the $_xh[$parser]['ac'] value
> should be defined at the point where it is called so something is going
> wrong with the initialization of this value.
> 
> kevin woolley
> geomantics
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