[PHP] PHP access to MS SQL Server 2000

2001-11-28 Thread Casey Allen Shobe
I need to somehow enable PHP on my unix server to connect to SQL Server 2000, running on a Windows machine on the same network. I have been unsuccessful in all attempts. Has anybody ever done this? 'Extreme gratitude' would not sufficiently express my feelings if I could find a way... --

[PHP] Image Uploads beeing corupted

2001-11-28 Thread Ryan Stephens
Hey guys, I got my uploads to work thanks to some peoples help here in this newsgroup but now im having a problem with the files beeing corrupted upon upload. not sure why any help would be greatly apreciated. I have included my code again if it helps any.

Re: [PHP] Image Uploads beeing corupted

2001-11-28 Thread Andrey Hristov
The problem is in that you do global only for $ImageFile, but not for $ImageFile_name. Big flaw is that if someone make a form FORM ACTION=?php $SCRIPT_NAME ? Method=Post ENCTYPE=multipart/form-data INPUT TYPE=hidden name=MAX_FILE_SIZE value=100 Input Type=text Name=ImageFile__name

Re: [PHP] LDAP server side sorting

2001-11-28 Thread Stig Venaas
Hi On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 04:08:39PM +0200, Christos Sintoris wrote: Does anybody know how to call ldap_set_option in order to use server side sorting? using: $sortval={'cn', 0,1}; $ctrl1 = array(oid = 1.2.840.113556.1.4.473, value =$sortval); ldap_set_option($ds,

Re: [PHP] Image Uploads beeing corupted

2001-11-28 Thread Ryan Stephens
the funny thing is this the information is beeing inserted into the database... the file is beeing uploaded (as i can see it in the directory). I can get results from $ImageFile $ImageFile_name $ImageFile_size but i cant get a result for $ImageFile_type this comes up blank there is

Re: [PHP] Image Uploads beeing corupted

2001-11-28 Thread Andrey Hristov
If you have GD extension build in your PHP use it to find the type(if you are limited ot jpeg/gif/png files). I want to say again that the using of $ImageFile* is a possible security hole. Regards, Andrey Hristov - Original Message - From: Ryan Stephens [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] LDAP sorting

2001-11-28 Thread Stig Venaas
On Wed, Nov 28, 2001 at 03:08:52PM +0930, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All- Can anyone tell me if PHP's LDAP functions support server side sorting of search results as defined in this RFC: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2891.txt Not currently, maybe it will... Depends on how many wants it.

RE: [PHP] Hierarchies

2001-11-28 Thread Dimitris Kossikidis
You can do it only in few lines of code with a recursive function... You can display full tree structure with unlimited levels. Mysql Table : cid int, parent int, Name varchar Cid parent varchar 1 0 A 2 1 C 3 0 B 4 1 D 5 2 E 6

Re: [PHP] Image Uploads beeing corupted

2001-11-28 Thread Andrey Hristov
As I showed by this : FORM ACTION=http://your.domain.com/your.script.php; Method=Post ENCTYPE=multipart/form-data Input Type=text Name=ImageFile_name value=../../../../etc/passwd Input Type=Submit Name=Submit /FORM I can write this in a simple html, press the submit button and instead of file

Re: [PHP] Array Help

2001-11-28 Thread Papp Gyozo
or in general the following simple PHP function may suffice for you: function array_innermost($array) { if (is_array($array)) { return array_innermost(array_unshift($array)); } else { return $array; // exactly not an array now but its 1st element } }

[PHP] Re: Date Problem

2001-11-28 Thread lallous
you can use the MySql's function: DATE_ADD(datefield, INTERVAL 3 MONTH) Mindhunter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Hi, I am reading a date from an input in format 'DD-MM-' ex. 10-11-2001. Now I want to add 3 months to the date. I have

[PHP] Classes and functions

2001-11-28 Thread Daniel Reichenbach
Hy, I'm writing a class for POP3 access and I want some of the internal functions to be private, like the mime decoding stuff. Is there any way to do this? I found nothing in the docs :( Daniel -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For

[PHP] Re: Classes and functions

2001-11-28 Thread Roko Roic
I'm writing a class for POP3 access and I want some of the internal functions to be private, like the mime decoding stuff. Is there any way to do this? I found nothing in the docs :( Unfortunately, PHP does not understand terms private, public, protected... PHP coders adopted a coding

[PHP] nested include_once()

2001-11-28 Thread Roko Roic
If I use include_once() to include these files in main.php: main.php - include_once('lib.php'); include_once('service.php'); - And file service.php also has a line in it: service.php -- include_once('lib.php'); -- Will lib.php get included twice or only _once()

[PHP] mkdir()

2001-11-28 Thread Christoph Starkmann
Hi there! I got the following problem: I want to mirror a complete directory tree. Now I traverse the original tree, do changes to some of the files and want to write the resulting files to a parallel directory. Lets say $INPUT_PATH is the source path and $OUTPUT_PATH is where I want to put

Re: [PHP] Classes and functions

2001-11-28 Thread Andrey Hristov
There is something like RFC on this URL :http://www.zend.com/engine2/ZendEngine-2.0.pdf What is supposed to be new in Zend Engine 2.0 . private members, and other things. But now everything is public. Why? Because every variable in PHP is zval (zend value).PHP is built on the top of Zend using

Re: [PHP] nested include_once()

2001-11-28 Thread Andrey Hristov
Try with in lib.php define(__LIB_PHP__,1); in service.php: define(__SERVICE_PHP__',1); if (!__LIB_PHP__){ require('lib.php'); } __might__ this help Regards, Andrey Hristov - Original Message - From: Roko Roic [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, November 28,

[PHP] Re: mkdir()

2001-11-28 Thread lallous
Never tried it though: learn to use (L|U)nix's TAR command, and then execute it from your PHP script with options that allow TAR to recurse into directories and stuff. then copy that TARed file from source dir to dest. dir, and then untar it back again. good luck. Christoph Starkmann [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] mkdir()

2001-11-28 Thread Andrey Hristov
May be your httpd is running under nobody.nobody but the owner of the htdocs dir, or wherever are running your php scripts is owned by someone else. Regards, Andrey Hristov - Original Message - From: Christoph Starkmann [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, November

Re: [PHP] nested include_once()

2001-11-28 Thread Roko Roic
in lib.php define(__LIB_PHP__,1); in service.php: define(__SERVICE_PHP__',1); if (!__LIB_PHP__){ require('lib.php'); I am not sure I was clear enough. I _want_ those include_once('lib.php') statements to be in service.php, because service.php could get included from a file other than

Re: [PHP] Hierarchies

2001-11-28 Thread MindHunter
I've tried to convert this function to ODBC. Anyone that can help? Tx MH Dimitris Kossikidis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message 000801c177eb$adea5500$0300a8c0@mits">news:000801c177eb$adea5500$0300a8c0@mits... You can do it only in few lines of code with a recursive function... You can

Re: [PHP] nested include_once()

2001-11-28 Thread Roko Roic
include_once(). Does it get included TWICE? By it, I mean lib.php. Sorry Roko -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [PHP] Printing Reports

2001-11-28 Thread Dan Koken
From what I've read the new PHP printer functions look like they do exactly what I want. Unfortunately they only run on windows. Wonder if this will ever be available to all OS. For now I've got a lot of good ideas from everyone, and I'm on my way to 'having fun'. Thanks loads to

RE: [PHP] Directory Contents Listing

2001-11-28 Thread Rea_David
Here's an example code I use ? // print the current directory in unordered list print(UL\n); // get each entry within the directory return to user with the link $myDirectory = dir(.); while($entryName = $myDirectory-read()) { if

[PHP] Read from files display selected lines under the file name while indexing

2001-11-28 Thread Kevin Garrett
Hi all. I have a script that indexes html files within a directory. The files are created using the date time stamps by another script what I'm looking to do is somehow create a preview panel for the message which would read the 2nd to the 4th line disply it under the filename so as to

[PHP] Re: nested include_once()

2001-11-28 Thread Yasuo Ohgaki
Roko Roic wrote: If I use include_once() to include these files in main.php: main.php - include_once('lib.php'); include_once('service.php'); - And file service.php also has a line in it: service.php -- include_once('lib.php'); -- Will lib.php

Re: [PHP] Directory Contents Listing

2001-11-28 Thread Andrey Hristov
Here is my PHPCommander 1000bytes ?php var_dump($HTTP_POST_VARS); if (@!$HTTP_POST_VARS['dir']) $HTTP_POST_VARS['dir']='./'; if (is_dir($HTTP_POST_VARS['dir'])){ echo 'form method=post action='.$PHP_SELF.' name=ok'; echo input type='hidden' name='dir' value='.$HTTP_POST_VARS['dir'].'/form; if

[PHP] Re:

2001-11-28 Thread mcaldwell
Warning Unable to process data: multipart/related; type=multipart/alternative; boundary=_ABC1234567890DEF_

Re: [PHP] Session script hangs page on Windows

2001-11-28 Thread MM
At 05:17 PM 11/27/01 -0500, MM wrote I am a newbie running 4.06 on PWS in Win 98. Any sample script about sessions I can find just hangs in Personal Web Server. Session id gets created in data file but nothing happens on the page. Has anyone come across this? Have searched on Google and

RE: [PHP] Printing Reports

2001-11-28 Thread Grimes, Dean
-Original Message- From: John Monfort [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2001 5:03 PM To: Grimes, Dean Cc: 'Dan Koken'; '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: RE: [PHP] Printing Reports Have you been able to bypass the dialog box? That is, send the file directly to the

[PHP] PDF generation post vs get

2001-11-28 Thread Dominic Schanen
Hello, I'm trying to generate address labels on a pdf sheet. If I use a method of 'GET' for my form, it works fine. However, if I use 'POST', I just get what seems like a blank white pdf. It does the same in either Netscape 4.7 or IE 6. Any ideas? PHP v. 4.0.6 PDFLib 4.0.1 Thanks. -- Dominic

RE: [PHP] LDAP server side sorting

2001-11-28 Thread Christos Sintoris
Server side sorting is useful when network traffic costs more than processing time. The server side sorting control in conjunction with the virtual list view control returns only a subset of entries to the client. In the PHP Manual is stated that is possible to set ldap controls using the

[PHP] LDAP enabled

2001-11-28 Thread Chris Seymour
Hi All, Is there anyplace I can get a win32 PHP binary with LDAP enabled? If not, can I create one myself? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Chris -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL

[PHP] script timeouts

2001-11-28 Thread Jon Farmer
OK I have a problem with a script that is occasionally timing out. Of course I could just increase the timeout but that is not the answer completly. The script connects to a server through sockets. The server then connects to another server to do a credit card authorisation. The server then

[PHP] Re: LDAP enabled

2001-11-28 Thread Chris Seymour
Answered my own question. Thanks anyway. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[PHP] ASP and PHP

2001-11-28 Thread Luis Espinosa
Hi! I have been using ASP for some time, and now I am beginning with PHP. I would like to know which are the main differences between both languages. I'd appreciate if you can give the advantages and disadvantages of both languages. Thanks Luis Espinosa -- PHP General Mailing List

Re: [PHP] LDAP server side sorting

2001-11-28 Thread Stig Venaas
On Wed, Nov 28, 2001 at 05:26:22PM +0200, Christos Sintoris wrote: Server side sorting is useful when network traffic costs more than processing time. Yes, there are some exceptions. The server side sorting control in conjunction with the virtual list view control returns only a subset

[PHP] Cincinatti Developers?

2001-11-28 Thread Erik H. Mathy
Hey All! I might have a prospective client for someone local to the Cinci area. Being up in Wisconsin I'm just not really able to fully help him out. There will be some onsite work, so I'm out. Here's what he's looking for: Skills: NT Server setup Xitami PHP4 MySQL Experience with a web

Re: [PHP] ASP and PHP

2001-11-28 Thread py
Hello, Please make searchs in the archives of this newsgroup as this was discussed many many times before. The bottom line is always that both language are valuable and will do the job. But PHP will do the job on both MS and Linux, Unix, *BSD... That in itself is the biggest Yippers for PHP ;)

Re: [PHP] ASP and PHP

2001-11-28 Thread Luis Espinosa
Sorry for the duplicate post. I didn't know that. I'll search for other similar posts. Thank you Py [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message 035e01c17825$ac820610$0100a8c0@py">news:035e01c17825$ac820610$0100a8c0@py... Hello, Please make searchs in the archives of this newsgroup as this was

[PHP] Forms lose data when going back in browser

2001-11-28 Thread Zavier Sheran
I have a submission form distributed over 5 pages. When the user hits the back button in the browser on one of the pages to make changes on a previous page, all fields are emptied. This is only when I have a session running. When I use the same pages without the session, the data stays in the

[PHP] Re: Forms lose data when going back in browser

2001-11-28 Thread Julio Nobrega Trabalhando
Register the submited vars values on a session and echo them inside the value= part (or similar behavior, selected, checked, etc...) of your form fields. -- Julio Nobrega No matter where you go, this. Zavier Sheran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL

[PHP] Very interesting and challenging question

2001-11-28 Thread Dan McCullough
I need to take a file, similar to this and strip it of everything but this, and write it to a database. Are there any thoughts on how to get the information out, all the files are consistent. !-- start strip -- Race Final Watkins Glen International 2.450

Re: [PHP] Very interesting and challenging question

2001-11-28 Thread Conor McTernan
I had something like this to do a couple of months back, unfortunately, my code was deleted by someone smart in my office. But i can pretty much remember the algorithim behind it. What I done was read in my file into a buffer, then use the explode function, i think, or something like it,

RE: [PHP] Very interesting and challenging question

2001-11-28 Thread Chris Bailey
You could read the file in with file(), which will give you each line as an array. Then, depending on how those strings are separated (are they by tabs, or is it just whitespace?), use strtok() to tokenize each line. If they are by space, not tab, but you know the column width, then you can

[PHP] Debugging Techniques for PHP4

2001-11-28 Thread Dr. Ian McDonald
Are there any debugging techniques for PHP4 *other* than adding lines to print where you are and variable values, et cetera? PHP3 used to send debugging information to a port, for example. (I have looked, expecting this to be a FAQ, but couldn't find the answer anywhere.) -- Dr. Ian McDonald

Re: [PHP] Debugging Techniques for PHP4

2001-11-28 Thread Andrey Hristov
The APD(apd.communityconnect.com) extensions. DBG extension( http://dd.cron.ru/dbg/) Enjoy Andrey Hristov IcyGEN Corporation http://www.icygen.com BALANCED SOLUTIONS - Original Message - From: Dr. Ian McDonald [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001

Re: [PHP] Very interesting and challenging question

2001-11-28 Thread Chris Hobbs
A fellow wannabe Winston Cup driver :) I'm thinking about setting a switch on $mode, which will change what it does based on the value of $mode. Something like this: $mode = 1; // 1 for stripping text, 2 for adding driver results, 3 for adding race results $file = file('/path/to/filename');

[PHP] Problems in IIS

2001-11-28 Thread William Sanchez Sanchez
I got a web site with php pages, I was working in Apache. Now I have installed IIS and Windows2000 and I want to run my web site in this platform. I have installed php like cgi and it works ok. But I got some errors accessing some php pages i.e. session_start() function. Is there a

[PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Mike Eheler
Try it: http://www.php.net/distributions/php-4.1.0.tar.gz No word on the website, though. Mike -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL

[PHP] HELP: Writing Files securely from apache php module

2001-11-28 Thread Michael Blower
Can some one explain how to write file php in the apache module version of php ? I don't want to make the directories world writable, or writable by web clients. How is this accomplished. Sorry if the is a really newbie question. Michael Blower [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] 707 468

Re: [PHP] Problems in IIS

2001-11-28 Thread Ali Pakkan
Hello, I think the following document will solve your problem : http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.session-save-path.php If you don't wanna read just try: session_save_path(C:\\Winnt\\Temp); Ali Pakkan E-Mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Gsm: +90542 3268742 On Wed, 28 Nov 2001, William

[PHP] ZIp files? Help needed...

2001-11-28 Thread Emiliano Marmonti
Hi people, I´m looking for alternatives in using zip files. Our users should upload into our server zipped files and we need to unzip this files and process it. I have read there is a library that could be used like an extension, but I´ve tried to use it from NT and don´t seems like the

Re: [PHP] HELP: Writing Files securely from apache php module

2001-11-28 Thread Mike Eheler
This is something I have been battling with for ages. I finally decided on just setting up a system that saves the files to a world-writeable temp directory, then uploads them via FTP. If anyone has a better solution, I would *love* to hear it. Mike Michael Blower wrote: Can some one

Re: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Mike Eheler
Ahh I see. Thanks! :) Mike Andrey wrote: Already known. 4.1.0 is 4.1.0RC3 . Final tests are in progress. Regards, Andrey Hristov - Original Message - From: Mike Eheler [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001 7:56 PM Subject: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

Re: Fw: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Derick Rethans
Hello Mike, PHP 4.1.0 is NOT out yet. You pointed a lot of people to a build that may _not_ be bug free. The release is NOT out of QA yet. The release is only official if it is announced on the website. Derick Rethans The PHP QA Team On Wed, 28 Nov 2001, Richard Heyes wrote: Mike Eheler

[PHP] fatal error

2001-11-28 Thread William Sanchez Sanchez
I got that, Why it could be? Fatal error: Cannot redeclare reporte_llamada() in c:\Inetpub\wwwroot\online\includes\funciones.php on line 4 and the code for reporte_llamada()in ...\funciones.phpis : function reporte_llamada ($telefono,$folio,$fecha_ini,$fecha_fin, $tipo) {

[PHP] How to use the Object returned from COM?

2001-11-28 Thread Flower Rose
Hi guys. I can't find an answer at PHP-WIN maillist. So I forward the email here. Wish someone will help me. Thanks a lot. == Thank you for your suggestion. But it doesn't work. The line $VusersArray = $Vusers-Next($Vusers-{'Count'}); doesn't

[PHP] fsockopen() prob

2001-11-28 Thread Yura
I have a global variable $socket_open = fsockopen($pop_server, 110, $errno, $errstr, 60 ); then I define the function: 130 function get_line { 131 $buffer = fgets($socket_open,500); 132 $buffer = eregi_replace((\r|\n),,$buffer); 133 return $buffer; 134 } Here I've got the prob - it

Re: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Derick Rethans
Hello, Another thing, php 4.1.0 is NOT 4.1.0 RC3 Derick Rethans The PHP QA Team Mike Eheler [EMAIL PROTECTED] scrawled: Try it: http://www.php.net/distributions/php-4.1.0.tar.gz No word on the website, though. Mike -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe,

[PHP] Re: fatal error

2001-11-28 Thread Fred
This error indicates that the code declaring the function is in the code more than one time. You can only have the function declaration once. If you are including the funciones.php in another script, make sure that it is only included once. If it is included more than once it will give you

[PHP] Re: fsockopen() prob

2001-11-28 Thread Fred
Global variables are not really global in php because they are not available from within functions unless you specifically declare them as global. This should work: 130 function get_line { 131 global $socket_open; 132 $buffer = fgets($socket_open,500); 133 $buffer =

[PHP] _pconnect in multi-host environment

2001-11-28 Thread Richard Lynch
So, I was thinking about _pconnect and friends last night in a multi-host ISP-type environment. Assume there are 100 Apache children, and that each of 20 clients with db access has a different MySQL username/password for login. Does that mean that under worst-case analysis, there should be 20

[PHP] storing dates 2038

2001-11-28 Thread Justin Long
I hope this is the right place to ask this. How can you use mktime() to store a date in integer format that is 2040? We are archiving material, some of which is closed for a set period if time (e.g. 40 years, 50 years, etc.) -- Never retreat. Never surrender. Never cut a deal with a dragon.

[PHP] storing dates 2038

2001-11-28 Thread Justin Long
(Sorry, may be a duplicate posting...) I hope this is the right place to ask this. How can you use mktime() to store a date in integer format that is 2040? We are archiving material, some of which is closed for a set period if time (e.g. 40 years, 50 years, etc.) -- Never retreat. Never

Re: [PHP] storing dates 2038

2001-11-28 Thread faeton
Maybe You should try multiplying two date values? :) JL I hope this is the right place to ask this. JL How can you use mktime() to store a date in integer format that is 2040? JL We are archiving material, some of which is closed for a set period if JL time (e.g. 40 years, 50 years, etc.)

[PHP] Problems outputting HTML through PHP

2001-11-28 Thread Steven Marsh
Hello everyone, I have an array that holds some HTML code in each item, I shuffle this array and then output item[0] so that it is a random item chosen each page view. But, when it's outputted, it is commented out! The code I have isn't commented so I don't know why this is happening. It seems

[PHP] IMPORTANT FOR YOU

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Re: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Zeev Suraski
And for a good reason. Please don't publish such URLs in the future... Zeev At 18:56 28/11/2001, Mike Eheler wrote: Try it: http://www.php.net/distributions/php-4.1.0.tar.gz No word on the website, though. Mike -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail:

[PHP] Re: Testing MySQL 4.0 ; detaching queries

2001-11-28 Thread Julio Nobrega Trabalhando
Save the queries on different files, one for each query. Then make a script that will read all these files and execute the queries, maybe run it as a cron job, and delete the succesful ones . With several files will be easier to spot an error if occur, just open it and see the query. Okay,

Re: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Julio Nobrega Trabalhando
Mind if I ask why? I do have a few ideas, but I feel I am terribly wrong about them :-) -- Julio Nobrega No matter where you go, this. Zeev Suraski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message 5.1.0.14.2.20011128204245.01e71090@localhost">news:5.1.0.14.2.20011128204245.01e71090@localhost... And for

Re: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Zeev Suraski
There were some last minute issues that required further testing... Zeev At 20:53 28/11/2001, Julio Nobrega Trabalhando wrote: Mind if I ask why? I do have a few ideas, but I feel I am terribly wrong about them :-) -- Julio Nobrega No matter where you go, this. Zeev Suraski [EMAIL

[PHP] Problem Solved

2001-11-28 Thread Ryan Stephens
I figured i would post my solution to the problem that i found somewhere. It had nothing to do with anything i was doing. Its a bug in some versions of PHP. here is the function i had to use to fix this function fix_php_upload_bug($tmp){ $infile=fopen($tmp,r); // Open the file for the copy

[PHP] ocilogon()

2001-11-28 Thread William Sanchez Sanchez
I got this error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function: ocilogon() in C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\online\classes\class.Telefono.php on line 19 Why it could be? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Mike Eheler
Interesting. I'll hold off, but people will still try stuff like that. I'm not trying to tell ya what to do, but I've found it best never to put files with release-names in their primary download spots, regardless of how hidden they may seem, until your absolutely positive that will be the

Re: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Kurt Lieber
On Wednesday 28 November 2001 01:03 pm, Mike Eheler wrote: I'll hold off, but people will still try stuff like that. I'm not trying to tell ya what to do, but I've found it best never to put files with release-names in their primary download spots, regardless of how hidden they may seem,

[PHP] RE: Php connection with mysql?

2001-11-28 Thread Wee Chua
I understand what you are saying. Let's go further for the different tables privilege, if I have Select privilege on table A, and Delete privilege on table B of Database mydatabase, how can the built-in privilege tables to check on this problem since the mysql_connect doesn't include the client

Re: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Patrik Wallstrom
On Wed, 28 Nov 2001, Kurt Lieber wrote: I'll hold off, but people will still try stuff like that. I'm not trying to tell ya what to do, but I've found it best never to put files with release-names in their primary download spots, regardless of how hidden they may seem, until your

Re: [PHP] RE: Php connection with mysql?

2001-11-28 Thread Erik Price
Basically, you don't log on to mysql through the internet browser. You are using the internet browser only to request a file that is on a web server. The web server is handing the request to PHP, and PHP is accessing the MySQL database. PHP is accessing MySQL as whatever host and user has

[PHP] How can you determine if you on the last result?

2001-11-28 Thread J. Anderson Scarbrough
If I execute a query and fill a resultset, how can i tell if I am on the last result in the set? I want to something like: while(OCIFetchInto ($curs, $data)) { if($isLastRecord) // do something } Thanks. Anderson _ Get

[PHP] FREE Non Surgical Face Lift in A Bottle

2001-11-28 Thread creatingwealth_
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[PHP] Help - html mail

2001-11-28 Thread Brian V Bonini
I'm passing an html email from a form like this: $message = $message_html; where message_html is the text area name. mail($to, $subject, $message, $headers); I end up with, for example: div align=center\ table width=550\ border=0\ cellspacing=0\ cellpadding=0\ tr td bgcolor=#01405A\img

Re: [PHP] Help - html mail

2001-11-28 Thread Hank Marquardt
http://www.php.net/stripslashes ... in short they are there to ease db insertions. On Wed, Nov 28, 2001 at 05:23:02PM -0500, Brian V Bonini wrote: I'm passing an html email from a form like this: $message = $message_html; where message_html is the text area name. mail($to, $subject,

[PHP] Re: How can you determine if you on the last result?

2001-11-28 Thread Philip Hallstrom
You could use whatever OCI function returns the number of rows returned and then keep a counter or you could do it this way: while(OCIFetchInto ($curs, $data)) { # do normal stuff for *ALL* rows } # do some stuff with $data which now contains the last row. -philip On Wed, 28 Nov 2001,

RE: [PHP] Re: How can you determine if you on the last result?

2001-11-28 Thread Martin Towell
I believe there's no row count function for oci, so could you change the logic to: while(OCIFetchInto ($curs, $data)) { // normal code here } if($isLastRecord) // do something ?? Martin -Original Message- From: Philip Hallstrom [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, November

Re: [PHP] RE: Php connection with mysql?

2001-11-28 Thread Fred
The browser has no direct connection to MySQL, so you are correct -- those privilege tables are not helping to check on the privileges if the client is from browser. I find this a bit misleading. The privilege tables still work exactly as they are intended. That is, they check for a valid

Re[2]: [PHP] Help - html mail

2001-11-28 Thread faeton
Hello Hank, Wednesday, November 28, 2001, 11:11:38 PM, you've written: HM http://www.php.net/stripslashes HM ... in short they are there to ease db insertions. Turn off magic quotes or use stripslashes(). :) Ivan 'Faeton aka xetrix' Danishevsky

Re: [PHP] PHP 4.1 out?

2001-11-28 Thread Zeev Suraski
Well, the big difference is that people who try out stuff like that are usually aware of the fact that they may very well be downloading something bogus. However, when you paste a URL that is typically a click away from a download with today's mailers, it goes to a much broader and

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[PHP] include or fread a binary file?

2001-11-28 Thread Bryant Brabson
I have a flash file that I need to embed in an iframe on a page. I dynamically get the path to the file from a MySQL database. I've tried to include the file and use fopen/fread to execute the file, but I only get binary code back, which makes sense actually. What's the best way to go about

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RE: [PHP] include or fread a binary file?

2001-11-28 Thread Martin Towell
you might need to set the content-type... -Original Message- From: Bryant Brabson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2001 9:56 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] include or fread a binary file? I have a flash file that I need to embed in an iframe on a page. I

Re: [PHP] RE: Php connection with mysql?

2001-11-28 Thread Erik Price
On Wednesday, November 28, 2001, at 05:40 PM, Fred wrote: The browser has no direct connection to MySQL, so you are correct -- those privilege tables are not helping to check on the privileges if the client is from browser. I find this a bit misleading. Yes, I did too -- but I thought

Re: [PHP] include or fread a binary file?

2001-11-28 Thread faeton
Hello Bryant, Thursday, November 29, 2001, 12:56:07 AM, you've written: BB I have a flash file that I need to embed in an iframe on a page. I BB dynamically get the path to the file from a MySQL database. I've BB tried to include the file and use fopen/fread to execute the BB file, but I only

[PHP] Re: include or fread a binary file?

2001-11-28 Thread Fred
Simply echo whatever html you would normally use to embed the animation in an iframe. Fred Bryant Brabson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message 001201c1785f$dd959ac0$648e90d1@bryant">news:001201c1785f$dd959ac0$648e90d1@bryant... I have a flash file that I need to embed in an iframe on a page. I

[PHP] MySQL to Excel with mutiple sheets

2001-11-28 Thread Brian Lee
I have a script that searches a MySQL DB and produces an Excel file from each table in the search. EX. You search 4 different tables for the “Seattle” you would come up with 4 different Excel files. Now I was wondering if it was possible to take the 4 different Excel files I just created and

[PHP] WHat has happened to parse_str in the Docs????

2001-11-28 Thread Brian White
I have had a good hunt around the www.php.net site and I can find no reference to the parse_str function in the docs, except as what looks like cached results in old searches. Anyway - the reason I ask is I was wondering if there was a function that did what parse_str did, except that it put the

RE: Re[2]: [PHP] Help - html mail

2001-11-28 Thread Brian V Bonini
Ok so, $message = stripslashes($message_html); mail($to, $subject, $message, $headers); ??? -brian -Original Message- From: faeton [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2001 5:39 PM To: Hank Marquardt Cc: Brian V Bonini; PHP Lists Subject: Re[2]: [PHP] Help -

[PHP] Re: MySQL to Excel with mutiple sheets

2001-11-28 Thread Fred
What type of Excel file are you using? I'm assuming that you are using tab or comma delimited files. These text or CSV files do not support multiple sheets, and in fact do not support cell formatting or any of a number of excel functions. Only native Excel files (*.xls) support mutliple

[PHP] Recommended book on PHP e-commerce

2001-11-28 Thread Martin Wright
Can someome recommend such a book to a relative newcomer. I'm looking for something on writing carts and the processing that goes thereafter. Martin -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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