Re: [PHP] Newman and sessions.

2002-07-24 Thread Justin French
on 24/07/02 4:04 PM, Philip J. Newman ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: so how would i get the $username and $password into the session session_register('$username','$password'); READ THE MANUAL php.net/session_register tells you EVERYTHING you need to know, including examples and user

RE: [PHP] Banner Ad Serving...

2002-07-24 Thread Dave at Sinewaves.net
Here's the URL for mod_layout if anybody's interested... http://software.tangent.org/projects.pl?view=mod_layout It's powerful, but just a little heftier than what I want. Since all I need is .html and .htm support, I think I'm just going to end up modifying my http.conf - I'd rather mess with

[PHP] probelm : delete files using PHP

2002-07-24 Thread umesh
Hi Gurus, I am using PHP 4.1.1, Postgresql 7.2 and Perl 5.6.0 on Linux. I want to delete files in a directory,which were created 15 days back. I can not do it, with PHP filesystem and directory functions, as PHP runs as "nobody" user. Can anybody pls. help me ? Thanking you all in

[PHP] Inserting Processed Data from One Table 2 Another!

2002-07-24 Thread Thomas Edison Jr.
Ok i have simple issue, i'm stuck at one point. I have a table Clientdetails which contains ClientID. I have created another table Authentication with 2 fields, ClientID and Password. I want to pick up the ClientID from table Clientdetails and insert ClientID and a Password i have generated

[PHP] Re: Question about using if elseif ...

2002-07-24 Thread Fargo Lee
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[PHP] Re: OO Programming - get practical

2002-07-24 Thread Paul Dionne
Thanks Richard, actually your comments really help. As I said to a few others who replied directly, I feel like it is something I ought to be doing. But most of my development is small-scale and I work alone. There is no external pressure to do so. Furthermore, I fear that if I were to

RE: [PHP] Inserting Processed Data from One Table 2 Another!

2002-07-24 Thread Wouter van Vliet
I don't see why your code is so wrong but neither do I see what it reall does. YOu are changing the clientID with some simple function into a password? As in everybody can do that trick by himself and login as whoever he wants .. What I'll mostly do for such things, is use this self written

[PHP] Quick Question

2002-07-24 Thread Nicholas Mercier
I'm currently developing a Remote CMS for a site. I'm working on the image upload and want to create a smaller thumbnail type image (thought 200x180 instead of 50x50) I know I'm going to need either imagecopyresize() or imagecopyresample(). I don't know which would be better for this purpose

Re: [PHP] Quick Question

2002-07-24 Thread Jason Wong
On Wednesday 24 July 2002 15:48, Nicholas Mercier wrote: I'm currently developing a Remote CMS for a site. I'm working on the image upload and want to create a smaller thumbnail type image (thought 200x180 instead of 50x50) I know I'm going to need either imagecopyresize() or

[PHP] Creating a calender / diary

2002-07-24 Thread Craig
i am using dreamweaver mx and want to acheive the following 9:00 task 1 9:30 task 2 10:00 task 3 task 4 task 5 10:30 task 6 i have a recordset that displays the tasks ordered by the time but what i dont want is to display the time for every item, or if an

[PHP] Authentication session problem (php/server implementation?)

2002-07-24 Thread Jacob Dorman
I have a user authentication system using sessions it checks username and password against a database. if correct it sets a variable in the session cookie (via $_SESSION) and redirects to the protected page which checks for that variable. if the user/pass is wrong it redirects to an error page.

[PHP] trim away x 1 number of spaces from a strin

2002-07-24 Thread Victor Spång Arthursson
Hi! Could someone help me with a replace that takes all occurances of , that is space more than one, and replaces them with …? Sincerely Victor -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] trim away x 1 number of spaces from a strin

2002-07-24 Thread Andrey Hristov
$new = preg_replace('/[ ]{2,}/',$old); HTH Andrey - Original Message - From: Victor Spång Arthursson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 12:05 PM Subject: [PHP] trim away x 1 number of spaces from a strin Hi! Could someone help me with a replace

Re: [PHP] trim away x 1 number of spaces from a strin

2002-07-24 Thread Evan Nemerson
php.net/str_replace On Wednesday 24 July 2002 02:05 am, Victor Spång Arthursson wrote: Hi! Could someone help me with a replace that takes all occurances of , that is space more than one, and replaces them with …? Sincerely Victor -- Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the

[PHP] Deleteing Something???

2002-07-24 Thread Dale
I've currently made a signature uploader. I know the code that shows a drectory's contents but whats the code to delete something? - Dale -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] Re: How to add new user to the domain

2002-07-24 Thread Rick Widmer
At 09:35 PM 7/23/02 -0500, Richard Lynch wrote: Any one please let me know how to use PHP to add new user to a domain for using mail (sendmail). Remember what Richard said... mucking around with real users is DANGEROUS! I solved the problem with Qmail, vchkpw and qmailadmin. No coding on my

Re: [PHP] Deleteing Something???

2002-07-24 Thread Marek Kilimajer
unlink() Dale wrote: I've currently made a signature uploader. I know the code that shows a drectory's contents but whats the code to delete something? - Dale -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

[PHP] Re: PHP Security Advisory: Vulnerability in PHP versions 4.2.0

2002-07-24 Thread Ian Ball
Hmmm, interesting I didn't know about this and didn't see it in the docs. So now I know for my next upgrade. Anyway, my upgrade is in, and through the mails it should be clear to those who thought how terribly difficult and time consuming it is/was to do the upgrades that it was in fact

RE: [PHP] probelm : delete files using PHP

2002-07-24 Thread Simon Ritchie
I am using PHP 4.1.1, Postgresql 7.2 and Perl 5.6.0 on Linux. I want to delete files in a directory,which were created 15 days back. I can not do it, with PHP filesystem and directory functions, as PHP runs as nobody user. To delete a file the user running the web server needs to be able

[PHP] Re: Script Testing Portal Connections...

2002-07-24 Thread Kondwani Spike Mkandawire
Richard Lynch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... #!/usr/local/bin/php -q ? // don't timeout! set_time_limit(0); // set some variables $host = 1.2.3.4...; $port = 1234; $command = /usr/games/fortune; # I must be missing something, cuz I don't see where this

Re: [PHP] Re: Formating datevariables...

2002-07-24 Thread Ragnar
Hi, i dont know if im always going to use mysql, thow your solution to my problem will be something like this: SELECT DATE_FORMAT( endret_dato, \%d%m%Y\ ) as endret_dato , headline , news from rnr_news order by endret_dato desc limit . $index . , . ($index+10)); Thanx for your help! -R John

[PHP] Newbie needs help

2002-07-24 Thread ctan
Whats the difference between 'mysql_db_query' and 'mysql_query'? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] Newbie needs help

2002-07-24 Thread Neil Freeman
mysql_db_query has been depreciated since PHP 4.0.6 ctan wrote: ** This Message Was Virus Checked With : SAVI 3.59 May 2002 Last Updated 8th July 2002

Re: [PHP] Re: PHP 4.2.2 install woe: cannot stat libs/libphp.so

2002-07-24 Thread Reuben D. Budiardja
On Tue, 2002-07-23 at 21:35, David Robley wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] says... I tried to upgrade from PHP 4.2.1 to 4.2.2 due to the security bug announce in the web site. When I do make install, it stopped with errors. The following are the last few lines

Re: [PHP] Newbie needs help

2002-07-24 Thread Johan Holst Nielsen
Neil Freeman wrote: mysql_db_query has been depreciated since PHP 4.0.6 Yep.. but thats not the only different... mysql_db_query() have an extra parameter that is what Database you want to execute your query in... mysql_query() just use the database you have selected with f.ex.

[PHP] Sessions don't work?

2002-07-24 Thread Alexander Deruwe
Hewwo all, (please be so kind as to CC me in replies as I am not a subscriber to this mailing list (yet)) The following code snippet always outputs You have visited this page 1 times!. What am I doing wrong? ?php session_start(); if (!isset($HTTP_SESSION_VARS['counter'])) {

Re: [PHP] Re: PHP 4.2.2 install woe: cannot stat libs/libphp.so

2002-07-24 Thread Ian Ball
Assuming you are installing from your php-4.2.2 directory, it would appear the libphp4.so hasn't actually been made, which would point to a possible error in the configuration parameters. I am also assuming your php 4.2.1 made OK which would mean all necessary libraries etc are available on

Re: [PHP] Newman and his session management.

2002-07-24 Thread Edward Marczak
On 7/24/02 1:33 AM, Philip J. Newman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have started a session on the server, and now would like to add a user name and password, and some other information to the session to carry it across all the other pages that are in this session. Any hints on where to start?

RE: [PHP] After PHP-Apache wont Start

2002-07-24 Thread Campbell, Steve V.
Hello Newbie here that can't seem to find a workaround for the following problem. I am running Apache on a Mac OS X.1 When I try to start up, I receive the following error: Multiple definitions of symbol _XML_DefaultCurrent All of this started right after I installed php4. I have installed

Re: [PHP] Re: PHP 4.2.2 install woe: cannot stat libs/libphp.so

2002-07-24 Thread Reuben D. Budiardja
On Wed, 2002-07-24 at 08:29, Ian Ball wrote: Assuming you are installing from your php-4.2.2 directory, it would appear the libphp4.so hasn't actually been made, which would point to a possible error in the configuration parameters. I am also assuming your php 4.2.1 made OK which would

Re: [PHP] Compiling PHP on Linux

2002-07-24 Thread Aaron Gould
Here's how to get it to work (thanks to somebody on Google Groups)... 1. Open up the file php_functions.c in /sapi/apache2filter/ 2. Change MODULE_MAGIC_AT_LEAST to AP_MODULE_MAGIC_AT_LEAST (Note the addition of AP_) 3. Save the php_functions.c file and try running configure again Keep in

[PHP] create object from variable class.

2002-07-24 Thread Karel de groot
Is it possible to create an object from a clas which name is in a variable. Example: (doesn't work) $object = new ${$classname}; -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

[PHP] RE: create object from variable class.

2002-07-24 Thread Michiel ten Hagen
Thx for quick reply, If I use the following: $object = new {classname}; I get this a parse error: Parse error: parse error, expecting `T_STRING' or `T_VARIABLE' or `'$'' in /home/sites/projects.virtuosys.nl/web/cm/includes/class_crm.inc.php on line 29 From that I conclude that

RE: [PHP] Re: MySQL - PHP combined log

2002-07-24 Thread Dave
clipped how about this curve... getting PHP to append a line to the apache log. How about reading the documentation? Deserved that for not being clear enough... see below. My apologies if I missed the word access log or even assumed you meant error log when you just said log.I shouldn't

[PHP] www.php.net/docs.php

2002-07-24 Thread Francis
whats the reason why www.php.net/docs.php has been down for days? why is it still saying this error? Warning: main(geoip.inc) - No such file or directory in /local/Web/sites/phpweb/include/prepend.inc on line 6 Fatal error: Failed opening required 'geoip.inc'

Re: [PHP] Re: MySQL - PHP combined log

2002-07-24 Thread PHPCoder
Well, I think the solutions or ideas are maybe a bit too involved. I was hoping that the errors I am interested in were already logged by default to some obscure location, and I *could* if needed just go and scrutinize them by hand. But, it seems like a detailed (specially mysql) error log does

[PHP] File upload memory usage.

2002-07-24 Thread Reid Sutherland
Hi, I'm currently locked in a battle with PHP and file uploads. I've searched the list to no avail. I actually found a guy with the same problem who ended up using perl to make this work. I'm trying to avoid that. The problem is, I'm dealing with huge POST uploads (100+ mb). And everytime

[PHP] ldap_connect()

2002-07-24 Thread Michael Gladden
I am new to using PHP on RedHat 7.3 and am running into a problem with ldap_connect(). When I attempt to run ldap_connect, I get the error: Call to undefined function: ldap_connect() The system I am working on has the default install of Redhat 7.3 with Apache version Apache/1.3.23. It has

[PHP] Re: Certificate information using php?

2002-07-24 Thread Scott Fletcher
I will find out about the phpinfo(). I have looked at the options in cURL and I haven't seen one that would enable it to get the certificate from the credit bureau. I will keep checking. Um, I have used cURL with the credit bureau #2 and they send the encryption packages over and all I had to

[PHP] Re: Sessions don't work?

2002-07-24 Thread Alexander Deruwe
I'd like to post a follow-up to my previous message on this subject. Please still CC me when replying, thanks. New test code: ?php session_start(); if (!isset($HTTP_SESSION_VARS['counter'])) { $HTTP_SESSION_VARS['counter'] = 1; } else { $HTTP_SESSION_VARS['counter']++; } if

[PHP] Re: XML vs. PHP manual???

2002-07-24 Thread Scott Fletcher
I alway knew there is an easier way to do that. Problem is just don't know it. I like your example and it is an wonderful example. I can use it. One quick question. The function, posttofunction(), is that a make-believe function? I check PHP.net and it doesn't have this function, so I

Re: [PHP] Re: PHP Security Advisory: Vulnerability in PHP versions 4.2.0

2002-07-24 Thread Scott Fletcher
Doing that right now! Just like a basic upgrade. Thanks, FletchSOD Matt Schroebel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message 4B08FD7DB3CBD4119F560002A508C453015B38DA@hsus3">news:4B08FD7DB3CBD4119F560002A508C453015B38DA@hsus3... From: Scott Fletcher [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, July

Re: [PHP] Re: PHP Security Advisory: Vulnerability in PHP versions 4.2.0

2002-07-24 Thread Scott Fletcher
It work very nicely The whole process take 30 to 45 minutes for just one server. I wonder how does someone did 12 computers in 10 minutes. Cool! Matt Schroebel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message

[PHP] When to destroy sessions that iterate

2002-07-24 Thread PHPCoder
Prolly a silly question, but I have a session process that never really ends as it is supposed to allow the user to carry on submitting etc. So I don't know where and when to end the session, and if it is really nescessary to end a session? Obviously a logout button will do the trick, but

[PHP] Re-directing

2002-07-24 Thread Roberts, Mark
Is there a way to redirect to a different script in PHP? I call it redirecting, but can't find it in the documentation using that track. I have a script...that if a certain criteria is met, I want to load a different script. Haven't been able to figure that out yet. I have gotten about it by

Re: [PHP] Re-directing

2002-07-24 Thread B i g D o g
Check under header() in the docs... .: B i g D o g :. - Original Message - From: Roberts, Mark [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PHP Mailing list (E-mail) [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 8:28 AM Subject: [PHP] Re-directing Is there a way to redirect to a different script in

RE: [PHP] Re-directing

2002-07-24 Thread Balaji Ankem
Use header() function.. Header('Location: script name'); Best Regards Balaji -Original Message- From: Roberts, Mark [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 7:58 PM To: PHP Mailing list (E-mail) Subject: [PHP] Re-directing Is there a way to redirect to a different

Re: [PHP] When to destroy sessions that iterate

2002-07-24 Thread Tom Rogers
Hi, Thursday, July 25, 2002, 12:20:47 AM, you wrote: P Prolly a silly question, but I have a session process that never really P ends as it is supposed to allow the user to carry on submitting etc. P So I don't know where and when to end the session, and if it is really P nescessary to end a

[PHP] PHP-GD and JPEG+PNG - Which versions is required?

2002-07-24 Thread Steve Alberty
Hi, which version of libpng and libjpeg is needed to use the bundled libgd in the current php tree. I using libpng 1.2.3 and php crashes with a segfault and with libjpeg62 (6b Mandrake RPM) in apache logs: gd-jpeg: JPEG library reports unrecoverable error: JPEG parameter struct mismatch:

Re: [PHP] Re-directing

2002-07-24 Thread Martin Clifford
PHP redirects using the header() function, but it's not very useful if information has already been sent to the browser. ANY information, including a hard return. So if you have a login script, you would start your session, register any variables, then redirect. ?php header(Location:

Re: [PHP] Object problem

2002-07-24 Thread Tom Rogers
Hi, Wednesday, July 24, 2002, 5:04:06 AM, you wrote: MD I just wrote this message in the wrong list so i'll be short... MD I have two classes: MD - mysql_connection MD - data_collection MD data_collection REQUIRES a mysql_connection object to work. So i decided to MD pass this object in the

Re: [PHP] Re-directing

2002-07-24 Thread Chris Sharkey
Well you can actually, If you start your script IMMEDIATELY (well before you output anything) with: ?php ob_start(); This will buffer output so you can use your header anywhere in your script eg header(location.php); exit; and then if you weren't redirected then you send the output with

Re: [PHP] Re-directing

2002-07-24 Thread Martin Clifford
Awesome! Learn something new everyday! That's why I love this list :o) Martin Clifford Homepage: http://www.completesource.net Developer's Forums: http://www.completesource.net/forums/ Chris Sharkey [EMAIL PROTECTED] 07/24/02 11:01AM Well you can actually, If you start your script

[PHP] Cookies

2002-07-24 Thread John S. Huggins
Say it is not so. I hear the PHP 4.2.2 will only set the last cookie delivered by a browser to a variable in the PHP environment. Is this true? ** John Huggins VANet [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.va.net/ ** -- PHP

[PHP] Running ./configure multiple times

2002-07-24 Thread Chris Garaffa
Well my RedHat system got hosed, so I reinstalled everything. I'm back to installing PHP now, and I'm wondering if it's safe for me to run ./configure multiple times. Here's the situation: I want to compile with gd support, and pdflib, and a bunch of other options. Instead of running a whole huge

Re: [PHP] Running ./configure multiple times

2002-07-24 Thread Tom Rogers
Hi, Thursday, July 25, 2002, 1:41:25 AM, you wrote: CG Well my RedHat system got hosed, so I reinstalled everything. I'm back to CG installing PHP now, and I'm wondering if it's safe for me to run ./configure CG multiple times. Here's the situation: CG I want to compile with gd support, and

[PHP] Oh man!!!

2002-07-24 Thread Scott Fletcher
I now understand why I'm having trouble communicating with the credit bureau. I did sucessfully get through to them the first time, unfortunately, I was able to get through, through security breach at the credit bureau. The credit bureau there was not design to work with cURL, so the encryption

[PHP] Re: Sessions don't work?

2002-07-24 Thread Mike Mannakee
Your problem is very simple. You're beginning a new session every execution, without checking if a session is already going. So every time it comes back around it's looking for the variables in the current session, which every time just began. Check for an existing session first like:

[PHP] PHPMyAdmin interface

2002-07-24 Thread paulson
I have just recently just signed up for virtual hosting with a MySQL database. They do not have a PHPMyAdmin interface too access the database. All they have given me is my username and password and the server too login too. They suggested that I install PHPMyAdmin on my workstation and access

RE: [PHP] PHPMyAdmin interface

2002-07-24 Thread Brian V Bonini
Why don't you just install a copy on the server? If the only access you have is through the mysql monitor program then you must have shell access so installing your own copy of phpMyAdmin should not be an issue. But, if your going to access it remotely from a win machine I would use MySQL-Front

Re: [PHP] PHPMyAdmin interface

2002-07-24 Thread Martin Clifford
It's not normal that I've come across. Any hosting company I've ever dealt with (albeit not many, still three different ones), have all offered phpMyAdmin for interfacing with MySQL. And honestly, if the host REQUIRES you to do it, then they aren't worth hosting with. You'll find that will

Re: [PHP] PHPMyAdmin interface

2002-07-24 Thread Adam Voigt
PHPMyAdmin must be run a server, or alteast a workstation with PHP's MySQL extension installed on it, so are you sure he didn't mean, install PHPMyAdmin yourself on there server (the one with the account your paying for), in like your webdirectory (which is incredibly easy and simple to do)?

RE: [PHP] PHPMyAdmin interface

2002-07-24 Thread Mark Middleton
When they say, install it on your workstation are you sure they mean your desktop computer? phpMyAdmin is not a normal install on your desktop (unless you run a server with PHP and MySQL on your desktop, which you may do) It's very straight-forward to install phpMyAdmin on your web site. And

[PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread Matthew Bielecki
I have a couple of scripts that fail with the error of: Warning: mysql_fetch_array(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in... I'm new to both SQL and PHP and I'm wondering if I have some setting turned off or what. Here's the piece of code that is failing (the second line

Re: [PHP] MySQL Backup and Restore

2002-07-24 Thread 1LT John W. Holmes
I've never had any luck using PHPMyAdmin for dumping databases. They always time out over the 30 second limit. I know if it was my installation, I could fix it, but these are usually with hosting companies, where that's the only access they provide. It's very much a pain in the butt... ---John

Re: [PHP] Inserting Processed Data from One Table 2 Another!

2002-07-24 Thread Michael Sweeney
You might want to consider a slightly different approach - that being to use your php code to generate a delimited file of your data and use either mysqlimport from the command line if you can, or the LOAD DATA INFILE sql statement to load the file into your database. That's going to be a lot

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread PHPCoder
I can almost guarantee that it's not the second line that is failing, the problem here is that $result is not containing naything, and that is normally due to the fact that you are not connecting to the db, or the table tablename is not there. I use the following format as my standard MySQL

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread Kevin Stone
Try using mysql_query(); instead of mysql_db_query(); The SQL query is the first parameter in this function. The second parameter is a pointer connecting to the mysql server. The pointer is generated by mysql_connect() and you'll also need to select the database with mysql_select_db(). But

RE: [PHP] MySQL Backup and Restore

2002-07-24 Thread Andrew Chase
I encountered that same timeout problem once, and I wound up just installing my own copy of PhpMyAdmin in an .htaccess protected directory on the server, and extending the time limit there. It only took about 10 minutes to set up, and as an added bonus it was a more recent version of PhpMyAdmin

Re: [PHP] MySQL Backup and Restore

2002-07-24 Thread Martin Clifford
With phpMyAdmin, just scroll down until you see the dumping section. Select the appropriate information, tick the save as file box, then Go. It'll prompt you to save the file. You just use that file, then, as a query to your next database. Martin 1LT John W. Holmes [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread Kevin Stone
You beat me too the punch and I think you explained it better than me, but just one minor little thing to note. Where you said.. if ( $result = mysql_query($sql)) This is not a valid way to check if the query has returned anything. mysql_query() returns FALSE on error. So if there was no

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread PHPCoder
Yes, what on earth was I thinking! should be: ... $result = mysql_query($sql); if (mysql_num_rows($result)) { $row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result); } else { echo whatever; } ... Kevin Stone wrote: You beat me too the punch and I think you

[PHP] Hitting return in a textarea box...

2002-07-24 Thread Jesse Lawrence
I'm putting together a message board, and I'm having problems with hitting the return(enter) key within my textarea. I've looked around for a solution, I tried wrap=hard, wrap=soft and wrap=vitual and none of them worked (should they? I may have done it wrong?) and I also tried nohardbreaks and

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread Martin Clifford
Shouldn't it be: $result = mysql_query($sql, $link_id); PHP will be quick to tell you that there is a missing link identifier in the mysql_query() call. It's happened to me plenty of times. HTH! Martin Clifford Homepage: http://www.completesource.net Developer's Forums:

Re: [PHP] Hitting return in a textarea box...

2002-07-24 Thread Martin Clifford
I've never had a problem with this. Even using a textbox with only the required parameters works fine as far as hitting the return key to get a newline. If you're talking about hitting the return key to submit, that's something else entirely, hehe. Martin Clifford Homepage:

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread Phillip S. Baker
At 11:26 AM 7/24/2002 Wednesday, Martin Clifford wrote: Shouldn't it be: $result = mysql_query($sql, $link_id); Actually mysql_query should default to the last database connection opened if no link identifier has been specified. So the link identifier to not absolutely required. Phillip --

Re: [PHP] Hitting return in a textarea box...

2002-07-24 Thread Phillip S. Baker
At 11:26 AM 7/24/2002 Wednesday, Jesse Lawrence wrote: I'm putting together a message board, and I'm having problems with hitting the return(enter) key within my textarea. I've looked around for a solution, I tried wrap=hard, wrap=soft and wrap=vitual and none of them worked (should they? I may

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread Martin Clifford
It is on whatever installation my host is running :o) I know it's 4.x, though I should really make them upgrade. Phillip S. Baker [EMAIL PROTECTED] 07/24/02 02:34PM At 11:26 AM 7/24/2002 Wednesday, Martin Clifford wrote: Shouldn't it be: $result = mysql_query($sql, $link_id); Actually

Re: [PHP] Running ./configure multiple times

2002-07-24 Thread Scott Fletcher
Yes, it is pretty safe to run ./configure more than once. The 1st time, it create the config.cache and so on. The 2nd time, it use the config.cache and other stuffs instead of starting from scratch. To redo everything from scratch. I believe one of those config.* files need to be removed so

[PHP] Best template class

2002-07-24 Thread Remy Dufour
Hi, Im currently working with phplib template and im wondering if PEAR template class can give me more... Anyone got an idea ? Rémy

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread Jason Wong
On Thursday 25 July 2002 00:34, Matthew Bielecki wrote: I have a couple of scripts that fail with the error of: Warning: mysql_fetch_array(): supplied argument is not a valid MySQL result resource in... I'm new to both SQL and PHP and I'm wondering if I have some setting turned off or what.

Re: [PHP] Running ./configure multiple times

2002-07-24 Thread Jason Wong
On Wednesday 24 July 2002 23:41, Chris Garaffa wrote: Well my RedHat system got hosed, so I reinstalled everything. I'm back to installing PHP now, and I'm wondering if it's safe for me to run ./configure multiple times. Here's the situation: I want to compile with gd support, and pdflib, and

Re: [PHP] Re: PHP Security Advisory: Vulnerability in PHP versions 4.2.0

2002-07-24 Thread Jason Wong
On Wednesday 24 July 2002 22:22, Scott Fletcher wrote: It work very nicely The whole process take 30 to 45 minutes for just one server. You've got a slow computer and/or you type too slow ;-) I wonder how does someone did 12 computers in 10 minutes. Cool! For me it was a case of

Re: [PHP] File upload memory usage.

2002-07-24 Thread Jason Wong
On Wednesday 24 July 2002 21:48, Reid Sutherland wrote: Hi, I'm currently locked in a battle with PHP and file uploads. I've searched the list to no avail. I actually found a guy with the same problem who ended up using perl to make this work. I'm trying to avoid that. The problem is,

Re: [PHP] File upload memory usage.

2002-07-24 Thread Reid Sutherland
Jason Wong wrote: Apparently that is how it will work in a _future_ version of PHP. But for now it's all stuffed in RAM until the complete file is received. That's crazy. Maybe I don't understand enough of how PHP deals with various web servers and maybe that's why this is the way it is.

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread Matthew Bielecki
Well I think you were correct about not connecting to the db, but I don't understand why. I wrote another little script just to test the connection. ?php $link = mysql_connect(servername,username,password) or die(Couldn't make connection.); $diditwork = mysql_select_db(news, $link);

[PHP] Re: Windows installation help.

2002-07-24 Thread Nadrew
(This was from an email sent to Gabor, and the site said this address was for help) This is not a definition of the $blah variable. $blah = 1; would be a definition. I've never had any problems using just $blah; before, it never errored on me once, is there any reason it does this? (by the

RE: [PHP] Running ./configure multiple times

2002-07-24 Thread Matt Schroebel
From: Scott Fletcher [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 2:53 PM Subject: Re: [PHP] Running ./configure multiple times Yes, it is pretty safe to run ./configure more than once. The 1st time, it create the config.cache and so on. The 2nd time, it use the

Re: [PHP] Best template class

2002-07-24 Thread Hans Lellelid
I would recommend Smarty (http://smarty.php.net). Smarty is unique (?) in that it compiles templates into PHP code -- making it one of the faster templating engines out there. I use Smarty love it. Cheers, Hans On Wed, 2002-07-24 at 15:02, Remy Dufour wrote: Hi, Im currently working with

[PHP] date

2002-07-24 Thread Alexander Ross
I have a column in one of my mysql tables which holds the date time that the record was inserted. When I run a query later on I want to display the date, but if the date is today or yesterday I want to display today or yesterday instead .. how do i compare to stored date with todays date?

Re: [PHP] Help with msql_fetch_array()

2002-07-24 Thread Kevin Stone
That should definitely be working. Only thing I can think of is that you're database name isn't correct. You're certain news is the full name of the database.. I mean it's not news_com or something like that? The $link must be valid becuase the script isn't ending with Couldn't make

[PHP] Removing \ From a String?

2002-07-24 Thread skeller
I'm trying to remove all \'s from a string before printing it, but strtr still treats it as an escape character. How do I remove them? Anyone? -- The Health TV Channel, Inc. (a non - profit organization) 3820 Lake Otis Pkwy. Anchorage, AK 99508 907.770.6200 ext.220 907.336.6205 (fax) Web:

Re: [PHP] Removing \ From a String?

2002-07-24 Thread 1LT John W. Holmes
RTM. stripslashes() ---John Holmes... - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 5:21 PM Subject: [PHP] Removing \ From a String? I'm trying to remove all \'s from a string before printing it, but strtr still treats it as an

[PHP] Free WEB Hosting with PHP and MySQL support

2002-07-24 Thread crimix
Unfortunatelly I changed my ADLS setting from IP static to IP dynamic and now nobody, me too, can access to my data. My question is if exist a Free WEB Server where I can place my data using PHP and MySQL support? Thank you and have a nice day Tiziano Crimella - Switzerland -- PHP General

Re: [PHP] Free WEB Hosting with PHP and MySQL support

2002-07-24 Thread Zac Hillier
easyDNS.com provide a dynamic dns solution to your problem Zac - Original Message - From: crimix [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 10:03 PM Subject: [PHP] Free WEB Hosting with PHP and MySQL support Unfortunatelly I changed my ADLS setting from

[PHP] Re: Free WEB Hosting with PHP and MySQL support

2002-07-24 Thread Wm
If you want to continue to host it yourself, and simply want a stable address, try this: http://www.dynip.com/. I've used it for FTP serving before, and it works very well. Wm Crimix [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Unfortunatelly I changed my

[PHP] Re: Free WEB Hosting with PHP and MySQL support

2002-07-24 Thread crimix
As I written to zac, I tried avoid this problem with Dns2Go but the Client application send the Ip of my router and not that of my computer. Tiz Wm wrote: If you want to continue to host it yourself, and simply want a stable address, try this: http://www.dynip.com/. I've used it for FTP

[PHP] Re: need some help on stratagy... (php/mysql/javascript)

2002-07-24 Thread Richard Lynch
..and how poor would the performance be if there were 813 shots in the movie? Thanks for your help How fast/big is the surfer's computer? It's the work on THEIR side that matters. PHP can spew out 813 shots pretty quickly. For that matter, if the movie itself is static, you can use PHP to

Re: [PHP] Banner Ad Serving...

2002-07-24 Thread Jeff Bearer
You can also checkout OASIS http://oasis.sourceforge.net/ It's pretty good software, but i'm unable to use it here because it doesn't have as man features as OAS from RealMedia which my manager is used to. http://www.realmedia.com It's expensive and doesn't really integrate into PHP. but it's

[PHP] Trouble with \

2002-07-24 Thread skeller
Anyway, with asides to the snooty RTFM reply I got, I thought I'd share. Turns out the \'s that I was having problems getting rid of were written there from a form post that was used to collect the data. I still haven't found a way to remove them after reading them from the file, but I did

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