[PHP] auto_prepend_file

2003-03-26 Thread Kevin Heflin
Trying to use php_value auto_prepend_file /path/to/file/checkauth.php in an .htaccess file. I've used this before without problems, however with this instance, I keep getting a message in my browser which says: Redirection limit for this URL exceeded. Unable to load the requested page. my

Re: [PHP] auto_prepend_file

2003-03-26 Thread Kevin Heflin
On Wednesday, March 26, 2003, at 07:15 PM, Kevin Heflin wrote: Trying to use php_value auto_prepend_file /path/to/file/checkauth.php in an .htaccess file. I've used this before without problems, however with this instance, I keep getting a message in my browser which says: Redirection limit

[PHP] using print instead of echo

2002-09-07 Thread Kevin Heflin
the example I have below.. I'm able to get working using the 'echo' command. But I would like to know how to format the same using the 'print' command. I am familiar with both. but with this one instance I am not sure how to format the print command correctly to get the same results as the

[PHP] generating variable names

2002-09-06 Thread Kevin Heflin
Hoping someone can help me with this. Below I have an example of what I'm trying to accomplish. Bottom line.. I need to print out $variable3[0] and $variable4[0] and my problem is that I'm trying to generate the variable name. I can get this to work with $variable1 and $variable2 which are not

[PHP] adding postgresql support to php

2001-04-08 Thread Kevin Heflin
I have php-4.0.4pl1 currently installed with mysql support. Installed from source files.. Have just installed postgresql-7.1RC1 from source. Trying to add postgres support to php, added the '--with-pgsql to ./configure. running make, moves right along for awhile, but then get the following