Re: [PHP] Re: Binary Files :: They Keep Adding Blocks

2002-07-18 Thread Jason Wong
On Thursday 18 July 2002 13:14, vins wrote: How do i debug. Thats why i asked echo/print out key variables at strategic points in the code. Ensure that they contain what you expect them to contain. -- Jason Wong - Gremlins Associates - www.gremlins.com.hk Open Source Software Systems

Re: [PHP] how to access javascipt variables in PHP

2002-07-18 Thread Police Trainee
one method that i have found works for me (albeit not so pretty, neat, or concise) is to pass js variables through a url request. Ok follow me for a little if you will (it's bulky, but it works!) 1) user loads a page (e.g. your-domain.com/index.phtml) that page contains the javascript which

[PHP] PHP HASP

2002-07-18 Thread Christine Philip
I am planning to setup a web server of using RedHat Linux. The purpose of the web server is to provide product information for only registered customers. I plan to send the HASP parallel port keylock to the registered customers. Can I use PHP to monitor the status HASP parallel port keylock in

[PHP] Re: imap_mail_move and imap_mail_copy

2002-07-18 Thread val petruchek
Has anyone had experience with imap_mail_move or imap_mail_copy? Can they copy or move a message from one mail server to another or only into a subfolder on the same server? Same server - it has parameter $imapcon which can be assumed as connection to one server only. Imap functions is just

Re: [PHP] why my php can not get values from Form?

2002-07-18 Thread Thomas Edison Jr.
Simple.. just edit your php.ini file in your windows directory. Search for register_globals .. it will have Off in front of it.. switch it to On T. Edison jr. --- ram friend [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hello, I have just installed apache+php4, but my php can not get values from form? what's

Re: [PHP] Re: Binary Files :: They Keep Adding Blocks

2002-07-18 Thread Vincent Kruger
yeah but your check i get this funny little square in note pad. it's a line carier... but if i take it out then everything is one line which i don't want. and if i take it out and then put it in again i'm back to sqaure one. - Original Message - From: Jason Wong [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[PHP] Upload File Problem

2002-07-18 Thread Mark Colvin
I have a simple script that attempts to upload a file and save it on the server. When I click send file I get this error message 'Warning: Unable to open '' for reading: No such file or directory in /var/www/html/upload.php on line 5 Couldn't copy the file!'. The file is being uploaded from a Win

Re: [PHP] Re: Binary Files :: They Keep Adding Blocks

2002-07-18 Thread Danny Shepherd
Try using just '\n' not '\r\n' as notepad doesn't understand carriage returns, hence the funny little square. - Original Message - From: Vincent Kruger [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 9:11 AM Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Binary Files :: They Keep Adding

Re: [PHP] ErrorDocument 404 Form

2002-07-18 Thread Fabien Penso
Michael a écrit : Well it could have been it, but it doesn't work neither trying to set the ErrorDocument into a .htaccess file. The problem is I am not even sure where is the trouble, and if it should work or not (I guess it should), so I don't know exactly where to ask, the dev

[PHP] Sessions: watertight?

2002-07-18 Thread PHPCoder
Hi I'm doing some reading on sessions and how it works etc, and have a concern (which is probably fed by my ignorance on the topic). The couple of simple session examples I have found in the PHP/MySQL book by Luke Welling Laura Thompson gives a simple 3 page session example where the session

RE: [PHP] Upload File Problem

2002-07-18 Thread joakim . andersson
From: Mark Colvin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 10:09 AM -- upload.php -- ?php if ('img1' != ) { This will allways be true! 'img1' is a string and will never be empty. You probably mean if($img1 != ) However, I'm not sure this will

[PHP] draw statistics

2002-07-18 Thread Jose Morales
Hi! Im looking for some class that alow me to draw an histogram, or a piechar, for display statistics. thx! -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

RE: [PHP] draw statistics

2002-07-18 Thread joakim . andersson
From: Jose Morales [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 11:34 AM Hi! Im looking for some class that alow me to draw an histogram, or a piechar, for display statistics. thx! http://www.hotscripts.com/PHP/Scripts_and_Programs/Graphs_and_Charts/ Regards Joakim

Re: [PHP] draw statistics

2002-07-18 Thread Jason Wong
On Thursday 18 July 2002 17:33, Jose Morales wrote: Hi! Im looking for some class that alow me to draw an histogram, or a piechar, for display statistics. www.phpclasses.org also jpgraph -- Jason Wong - Gremlins Associates - www.gremlins.com.hk Open Source Software Systems Integrators *

RE: [PHP] Sessions: watertight?

2002-07-18 Thread joakim . andersson
Taken straigh from the manual: (http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.session.php) [quote] There are two methods to propagate a session id: - Cookies - URL parameter The session module supports both methods. Cookies are optimal, but since they are not reliable (clients are not bound to accept

RE: [PHP] PHP HASP

2002-07-18 Thread joakim . andersson
[Snip] Can I use PHP to monitor the status HASP parallel port keylock in the client side? [/Snip] No you can't. PHP is server-side and has no access to client machines. You could _maybe_ do it with JavaScript and then pass on the info to PHP with a redirect or something like that. Regards

php-general Digest 18 Jul 2002 09:48:10 -0000 Issue 1471

2002-07-18 Thread php-general-digest-help
php-general Digest 18 Jul 2002 09:48:10 - Issue 1471 Topics (messages 108172 through 108232): Re: Classes Constructor syntax 108172 by: Rad0s-³aw Gajewski Running a PHP Script from UNIX Command Line? 108173 by: Zach Curtis 108174 by: B i g D o g 108195 by:

Re: [PHP] Sessions: watertight?

2002-07-18 Thread Jason Wong
On Thursday 18 July 2002 17:39, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Joakim, please don't take offence, I know you're being helpful but ... Taken straigh from the manual: (http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.session.php) [quote] There are two methods to propagate a session id: [snip] ... do we really

RE: [PHP] Sessions: watertight?

2002-07-18 Thread joakim . andersson
From: Jason Wong [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 11:46 AM Joakim, please don't take offence, I know you're being helpful but ... None taken. ... do we really need quotes from the manual? You've already given the pointer which is sufficient in itself for any

Re: [PHP] Sessions: watertight?

2002-07-18 Thread PHPCoder
Thanks OK, I have checked my phpinfo(); and the *session.use_trans_sid* = 1 ; *session.use_cookies =* On, so I'm not sure if I need to turn the cookies bit off, but I would think it not to be necessary. ; So, I can't see why the URL's aren't changed on my pages... Now, something to

[PHP] Accessing Ports

2002-07-18 Thread Thomas \omega\ Henning
Hello, Can i access my paralel or USB port with PHP server side? Thomas omega Henning -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

[PHP] snmp / php / linux /error

2002-07-18 Thread MAAS
Iam trying to use my php file in a Linux machine. #!/usr/local/bin/snmp_guard.php -q ? $bat = snmpget(192.168.10.8, pub_likt, .1.3.6.1.4.1.2606.1.2.12.0); $sum = snmpget(192.168.10.8, pub_likt, .1.3.6.1.4.1.2606.1.2.13.0); $drift = snmpget(192.168.10.8, pub_likt, .1.3.6.1.4.1.2606.1.2.10.0);

[PHP] Re: snmp / php / linux /error

2002-07-18 Thread David Robley
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] says... Iam trying to use my php file in a Linux machine. #!/usr/local/bin/snmp_guard.php -q ? $bat = snmpget(192.168.10.8, pub_likt, .1.3.6.1.4.1.2606.1.2.12.0); $sum = snmpget(192.168.10.8, pub_likt, .1.3.6.1.4.1.2606.1.2.13.0); $drift

RE: [PHP] Upload File Problem

2002-07-18 Thread Mark Colvin
Joakim, Thank you for your reply. I tried your example and get 'Possible file upload attack: filename.' meaning that 'if (is_uploaded_file($_FILES['img1']['tmp_name']))' returns false. I put a couple of echo statements in before the if statement to check '$img1_name' '$img1_size and '$img1_type'

Re: [PHP] ErrorDocument 404 Form

2002-07-18 Thread Matt
Well it still is in GET method because the url does still exist with the ?plop=foobar but in case I want to use POST method (which I will as my form has huge textarea) everything disappear. Also this is a turn around I don't like, I would first understand why it doesn't work, and if I can

Re: [PHP] Sessions: watertight?

2002-07-18 Thread Justin French
on 18/07/02 7:39 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: PHP is capable of doing this transparently when compiled with --enable-trans-sid. If you enable this option, relative URIs will be changed to contain the session id automatically. It's worth pointing out that enable-trans-sid

Re: [PHP] ErrorDocument 404 Form

2002-07-18 Thread Fabien Penso
Matt a écrit : Well it still is in GET method because the url does still exist with the ?plop=foobar but in case I want to use POST method (which I will as my form has huge textarea) everything disappear. Also this is a turn around I don't like, I would first understand why it

[PHP] Re: how to access javascipt variables in PHP

2002-07-18 Thread Kondwani Spike Mkandawire
Wouldnt this work? form name=myForm action=sendPage.php action=post script language = javascript function myFunc(){ var myJavaScriptVar = initialValue... Do What Ever (manipulate myVar)... document.myForm.fieldName.value = myJavaScriptVar; /script input type=hidden

Re: [PHP] Accessing Ports

2002-07-18 Thread Marek Kilimajer
Only if you write your own module. Thomas \omega\ Henning wrote: Hello, Can i access my paralel or USB port with PHP server side? Thomas omega Henning -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

RE: [PHP] Re: Includes vs. Functions

2002-07-18 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] Chris, thanks for describing your method. The reason I really dislike Functions in PHP is because you have to pass every variable needed by a function, even if that variable is global in the main script, which is a pain in the ass when a function needs a long string of variables. It makes

RE: [PHP] Upload File Problem

2002-07-18 Thread joakim . andersson
From: Mark Colvin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 12:41 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Joakim, Thank you for your reply. I tried your example and get 'Possible file upload attack: filename.' meaning that 'if (is_uploaded_file($_FILES['img1']['tmp_name']))' returns

RE: [PHP] Accessing Ports

2002-07-18 Thread Cal Evans
No. No. PHP runs on the server. It knows nothing of the client. =C= * * Cal Evans * The Virtual CIO * http://www.calevans.com * -Original Message- From: Thomas omega Henning [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 5:33 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP]

RE: [PHP] Upload File Problem

2002-07-18 Thread Mark Colvin
Joakim, Thanks again. $HTTP_POST did the trick. I did look through the archives before posting but didn't come across this solution. I obviously didn't look hard enough! This e-mail is intended for the recipient only and may contain

[PHP] Any PHP editor for windows

2002-07-18 Thread Dasmeet Singh
Hey, does anyone knows of a good PHP editor for windows. I have also heard emacs is available for windows. Does anyone know where to download it from? Dasmeet http://www.einfotimes.com -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

RE: [PHP] Any PHP editor for windows

2002-07-18 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] Hey, does anyone knows of a good PHP editor for windows. I have also heard emacs is available for windows. Does anyone know where to download it from? Dasmeet http://www.einfotimes.com [/snip} There are a few, but these two are the ones I see used most; http://www.phpedit.com/ PHPEdit --

[PHP] mod_rewrite problem

2002-07-18 Thread adrian murphy
Hi, the following code redirects www.usersite.mysite.biz to www.mysite.biz/users/sites/usersite the problem is when the 'www' is left out it doesn't work. could someone help me to fix this? many thanks RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.[^.]+\.mysite\.biz$

RE: [PHP] Accessing Ports

2002-07-18 Thread Adam Voigt
If you mean the ports on the server, theoretically yes, if get the right permissions set and figure out all the device settings. Adam [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thu, 2002-07-18 at 08:29, Cal Evans wrote: No. No. PHP runs on the server. It knows nothing of the client. =C= * * Cal Evans *

[PHP] Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread PHPCoder
I'm really battling with this whole session thing. My first impressions are that cookies are OK, and really helps to make sessions workable and efficient, YET, from a developers point of view, I always play devils advocate, and I'm wondering about those stubbourne individuals out there who

[PHP] Re: Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Kondwani Spike Mkandawire
Before I started to read up on sessions, I simply used my own form of session management by sending all relevant variables either via URL or via form fields to the subsequent pages. Obviously this method leaves a bunch of holes as well, but I KNOW that my application is always pure and

[PHP] Test of GD

2002-07-18 Thread Jay Blanchard
Anyone know of a quick script I can run to test the GD setup on my servers? I have multiple servers that I need to test where phpinfo() reveals various versions of the GD library. I can hack something together quickly if need be, but I was hoping that the gurus of the list would have a test that

[PHP] Code errors

2002-07-18 Thread Chris Crane
I am trying some code and it works except I get the following errors... Warning: Undefined offset: 5 in c:\www\htdocs\demos\havasuinternet\havasuinternet-lib.php on line 247 Warning: Undefined offset: 4 in c:\www\htdocs\demos\havasuinternet\havasuinternet-lib.php on line 247 Warning: Undefined

[PHP] Re: Code errors

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
Which line in the script you had provided to us is line 247? Chris Crane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... I am trying some code and it works except I get the following errors... Warning: Undefined offset: 5 in

[PHP] Re: Code errors

2002-07-18 Thread Chris Crane
247: list($H_Date, $H_Open, $H_High, $H_Low, $H_Close, $H_Volume) = split(,, $Line); Scott Fletcher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Which line in the script you had provided to us is line 247? Chris Crane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message

Re: [PHP] Re: Includes vs. Functions

2002-07-18 Thread Rick Widmer
At 09:20 PM 7/17/02 -0500, Michael Sims wrote: $superglobals = array(var1, var2, var3, var4, var5, ...); Now inside the function you can do this: function somefunction ($somevar) { global $superglobals; foreach($superglobals as $varname) { global $$varname; //resolves to $var1,

Re: [PHP] Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Analysis Solutions
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 03:38:51PM +0200, PHPCoder wrote: What are the general feeling out there amongst developers about the use of cookies? Cookies rely on client side. I never rely on the client for anything. When it comes to examples of how to do things The Right Way, I say go take a

Re: [PHP] Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
I don't use cookies either due to the fact that some web browser block the cookies and some web browser's bug that affected the cookie. For example, if Internet Explorer have a bug with the cookie then it is gurantee that you'll never find MS to have this bug fix in a few days. It could take 6

RE: [PHP] Test of GD - SOLVED

2002-07-18 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] Anyone know of a quick script I can run to test the GD setup on my servers? I have multiple servers that I need to test where phpinfo() reveals various versions of the GD library. I can hack something together quickly if need be, but I was hoping that the gurus of the list would have a

[PHP] XML with PHP cURL.

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
Hi! I find it to be mind-boggling to try to make xml work with php and curl. What do anyone here think of it? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

RE: [PHP] XML with PHP cURL.

2002-07-18 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] Hi! I find it to be mind-boggling to try to make xml work with php and curl. What do anyone here think of it? [/snip] More details about the problem would be nice. How exactly do you want this to work? I have had no problems with cURL and PHP. Jay What was the best thing before sliced

[PHP] Warning: e-mails being harvested from PHP newsgroups

2002-07-18 Thread Cord Schneider
Hi all, I just wanted to warn all those who post to the PHP newsgroups, and/or PHP HTML forums, that spammers are harvesting email address from these groups. If you want to avoid ending up on some spammers list, please consider using a SpamTrap (throwaway email address) or maybe a service like

Re: [PHP] Someone Help please

2002-07-18 Thread Chris Crane
Well, I posted it the first time and no one responded so I figured the subject did not interest anyone. I changed it. I am not sure how the third one started. But hey thanks for watching and giving you unwanted opinion. Analysis Solutions [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] XML with PHP cURL.

2002-07-18 Thread Analysis Solutions
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 11:03:10AM -0400, Scott Fletcher wrote: Hi! I find it to be mind-boggling to try to make xml work with php and curl. What do anyone here think of it? Well, I can offer help on the XML: http://www.analysisandsolutions.com/code/phpxml.htm --Dan --

Re: [PHP] Code errors

2002-07-18 Thread Analysis Solutions
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 10:14:25AM -0400, Chris Crane wrote: Warning: Undefined offset: 5 in Means your array doesn't have that key in it. I bet you're running into blank lines in your file. $Results = implode('', file($LookupURL)); $Data = explode(\n, $Results); Uh, you do realize that

Re: [PHP] Re: Code errors

2002-07-18 Thread Marek Kilimajer
My guess is that there is no ',' in $Line, so split returns an array with one variable, so list() warns you parameter No. 1, 2 ,3 4 and 5 are not asigned any value. Chris Crane wrote: 247: list($H_Date, $H_Open, $H_High, $H_Low, $H_Close, $H_Volume) = split(,, $Line); Scott Fletcher [EMAIL

[PHP] Re: mod_rewrite problem

2002-07-18 Thread CC Zona
In article 003d01c22e58$dcb45240$6601a8c0@yourwrjlo8t8dt, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Adrian Murphy) wrote: the following code redirects www.usersite.mysite.biz to www.mysite.biz/users/sites/usersite the problem is when the 'www' is left out it doesn't work. snip RewriteEngine on RewriteCond

[PHP] Re: Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Cord Schneider
Phpcoder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... I'm really battling with this whole session thing. My first impressions are that cookies are OK, and really helps to make sessions workable and efficient, YET, from a developers point of view, I [..snip..]

Re: [PHP] Someone Help please

2002-07-18 Thread Analysis Solutions
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 11:06:11AM -0400, Chris Crane wrote: Well, I posted it the first time and no one responded so I figured the subject did not interest anyone. I changed it. I am not sure how the third one started. We're all here volunteering, trying to help each other out. If you want

Re: [PHP] XML with PHP cURL.

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
Cool! I'm just getting started on XML. I read the documentation about XML and it doesn't look too hard. Unfortunately, it is written for the client side script. So, I barely am starting writing the test script for the server side and have it work with php and curl. At least, I know how to

Re: [PHP] XML with PHP cURL.

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
More detail? I have successfully make the data transmission work through php and curl without xml. I just barely gotten started on xml. I read the documentation about how it work, but it is only for the client side. I'm going to have to read some documentation and figure out how to use xml in

RE: [PHP] Any PHP editor for windows

2002-07-18 Thread Andrew Chase
ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/windows/emacs/latest A helpful Emacs resource: http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl Be sure to download php-mode for Emacs, too! http://sourceforge.net/projects/php-mode/ And PSGML if you do much with HTML/XHTML/XML: http://www.lysator.liu.se/projects/about_psgml.html

Re: [PHP] Code errors

2002-07-18 Thread Chris Crane
Hey thank Dan, I will try this. Does List waste lots of time and memory? Normally, I create a function and global a bunch of variables to be used later on the HTML/PHP file. After I global the variables I split the string using the List function. I do that for stock quotes from YAHOO so I can

Re: [PHP] Warning: e-mails being harvested from PHP newsgroups

2002-07-18 Thread Bret L Conard
Ha! They can have at it! If they are stupid enough to spam a bunch of programmers and network people they deserve what they get. Now it's *against the law* to harass spammers by tracking their malicious activity back to it's source and sending virus after virus : ), or hacking into their servers

[PHP] apache.conf for php

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
I recently upgraded Apache to 1.3.26 and am currently configurating hte httpd.conf. I noticed that --snip-- AddType application/x-httpd-php .php AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps --snip-- does not exist in this version as it does in the older version. Is it now automatic with the

[PHP] php.ini problem

2002-07-18 Thread Andre
Apache 1.3.26 PHP 4.2.1 staticly built as a module. The configuration in php.ini seems not to be used by httpd. I've traced my httpd process and it opens the php.ini file in the expected directory, but variables set in there don't take effect (e.g. engine=On, display_errors=Off, etc.). I had

[PHP] Re: Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
Instead of Cookies, I use Sessions which is run on hte server side. So, I use the --snip-- $salt = strtoupper(md5(uniqid(rand(; session_id($salt); session_start(); header(Location: https://xxx.yyy.zzz/index.php?.SID.init_login=TRUE;); --snip-- to create the identifer for an unique

Re: [PHP] Code errors

2002-07-18 Thread Chris Crane
ok here is what I came up with: How's this? function HistoricalStock($sym) { $row = 1; $Data = fopen(http://table.finance.yahoo.com/table.csv?a=7b=1c=2002d=7e=17f=20 02s=$symy=0g=dignore=.csv,r); print 'table width=100% border=0 cellspacing=1 cellpadding=0 bgcolor=#6699cctr bgcolor=#FF';

[PHP] PHP and Date()

2002-07-18 Thread Chris Crane
How can I look back Business Days. I would like to go back from a certain date, like 7 business days. Is there a simple way other then looping and checking for the day of the week? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

[PHP] Re: mod_rewrite problem

2002-07-18 Thread Sameh Attia
Adrian Murphy wrote: Hi, the following code redirects www.usersite.mysite.biz to www.mysite.biz/users/sites/usersite the problem is when the 'www' is left out it doesn't work. could someone help me to fix this? many thanks RewriteEngine on RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST}

[PHP] Re: php.ini problem

2002-07-18 Thread Sameh Attia
Andre wrote: Apache 1.3.26 PHP 4.2.1 staticly built as a module. The configuration in php.ini seems not to be used by httpd. I've traced my httpd process and it opens the php.ini file in the expected directory, but variables set in there don't take effect (e.g. engine=On,

RE: [PHP] PHP and Date()

2002-07-18 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] How can I look back Business Days. I would like to go back from a certain date, like 7 business days. Is there a simple way other then looping and checking for the day of the week? [/snip] $sevendaysago = date(Y-m-d, mktime(date(h)-168)); This will give you the date exactly seven days

[PHP] Re: Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Kondwani Spike Mkandawire
Awesome Scott... That's some wicked code... Scott Fletcher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Instead of Cookies, I use Sessions which is run on hte server side. So, I use the --snip-- $salt = strtoupper(md5(uniqid(rand(;

[PHP] Cannot parse html pages in php

2002-07-18 Thread Keith Roberts
I am running into a situation where I need some serious help. My environment is: Workstation - W2k, Frontpage Server - Cobalt RaQ4i, Linux, Apache Problem: I need to access MySQL to display inventory information on the web page. When I have modified the httpd.conf file to parse html files

[PHP] Cannot parse html pages in php

2002-07-18 Thread Keith Roberts
I am running into a situation where I need some serious help. My environment is: Workstation - W2k, Frontpage Server - Cobalt RaQ4i, Linux, Apache Problem: I need to access MySQL to display inventory information on the web page. When I have modified the httpd.conf file to parse html files

[PHP] php and html

2002-07-18 Thread Keith Roberts
I am running into a situation where I need some serious help. My environment is: Workstation - W2k, Frontpage Server - Cobalt RaQ4i, Linux, Apache Problem: I need to access MySQL to display inventory information on the web page. When I have modified the httpd.conf file to parse html files

[PHP] php and html

2002-07-18 Thread Keith Roberts
I am running into a situation where I need some serious help. My environment is: Workstation - W2k, Frontpage Server - Cobalt RaQ4i, Linux, Apache Problem: I need to access MySQL to display inventory information on the web page. When I have modified the httpd.conf file to parse html files

RE: [PHP] php and html

2002-07-18 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] I am running into a situation where I need some serious help. My environment is: Workstation - W2k, Frontpage Server - Cobalt RaQ4i, Linux, Apache Problem: I need to access MySQL to display inventory information on the web page. When I have modified the httpd.conf file to parse html

[PHP] Re: Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
Well, I have to have to it becuase my company is a credit report reseller. I can't image if someone can easily break in. :-) As long as I don't work for CIA or FBI then I'll be fine! Kondwani Spike Mkandawire [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]...

RE: [PHP] why my php can not get values from Form?

2002-07-18 Thread skeller
I have just installed apache+php4, but my php can not get values from form? what's wrong? Before you can use the variables, you have to make the accessible to PHP. Try putting this at the top of your welcome.php file: ? extract($HTTP_POST_VARS); ? -- The Health TV Channel,

Re: [PHP] PHP and Date()

2002-07-18 Thread Chris Crane
sorry about last message I want to get a list of the last 7 business days so I would have to loop through this and get each day correct? Jay Blanchard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message 001701c22e78$4494c970$8102a8c0@niigziuo4ohhdt">news:001701c22e78$4494c970$8102a8c0@niigziuo4ohhdt... [snip]

Re: [PHP] Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Justin French
on 18/07/02 11:38 PM, PHPCoder ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: What are the general feeling out there amongst developers about the use of cookies? If you want to assure that you maintain session across the whole site, appealing to the lowest common denominator, then hard code the SID to all

[PHP] Re: Cannot parse html pages in php

2002-07-18 Thread Kondwani Spike Mkandawire
Keith Roberts [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message 006401c22e78$a71723e0$48b5913f@Operator1">news:006401c22e78$a71723e0$48b5913f@Operator1... I am running into a situation where I need some serious help. My environment is: Workstation - W2k, Frontpage Server - Cobalt RaQ4i, Linux, Apache

[PHP] Check for Associative Array

2002-07-18 Thread Henning Sittler
What's the best way to check for an Associative Array? There is no is_assoc() or similiar function listed in the manual (I don't think anyway). I'm using mysql_fetch_array() and I want to foreach only the assoc. part of the array without using mysql_fetch_assoc(): foreach ($arr as $key=$value)

Re: [PHP] Code errors

2002-07-18 Thread Analysis Solutions
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 11:35:55AM -0400, Chris Crane wrote: Hey thank Dan, I will try this. Does List waste lots of time and memory? It does if you don't need to do it. Just put the data you really need into memory. Forget about the rest. If you already have something in memory, don't

RE: [PHP] PHP and Date()

2002-07-18 Thread Jay Blanchard
[snip] sorry about last message I want to get a list of the last 7 business days so I would have to loop through this and get each day correct? [/snip] Yes, testing for Saturday and Sunday ... Jay Vampires Suck * * Want to meet other PHP developers * * in

Re: [PHP] php.ini problem

2002-07-18 Thread Analysis Solutions
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 12:55:34PM -0300, Andre wrote: The configuration in php.ini seems not to be used by httpd. Make a script with phpinfo() in it and examine which php.ini file is being used. Sounds like you may be accessing the wrong file, even though you're saying you're not. I've

Re: [PHP] Re: Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Justin French
on 19/07/02 1:19 AM, Cord Schneider ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: A number of people have offered their opinion why cookies are a bad idea. As a developer new to PHP, if cookies are such a big a big no-no, how does one do effective session management without storing anything client-side?? Bear

Re: [PHP] Check for Associative Array

2002-07-18 Thread Martin Clifford
Try this: while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) { // code here } This way, the resulting array will ONLY be associative. HTH! Martin Clifford Homepage: http://www.completesource.net Developer's Forums: http://www.completesource.net/forums/ Henning Sittler [EMAIL PROTECTED] 07/18/02

Re: [PHP] apache.conf for php

2002-07-18 Thread Jason Wong
On Thursday 18 July 2002 23:58, Scott Fletcher wrote: I recently upgraded Apache to 1.3.26 and am currently configurating hte httpd.conf. I noticed that --snip-- AddType application/x-httpd-php .php AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps --snip-- does not exist in this version as

RE: [PHP] Check for Associative Array

2002-07-18 Thread Henning Sittler
Ya, except I want the whole array to exist (index and assoc. array), not just the assoc. array. So, for the time being, I'll just do this: foreach ($arr as $key=$value) { if ( !is_int($key) ) { echo $key:$value; } } What is HTH ?? Henning Sittler www.inscriber.com Try this: while($row

Re: [PHP] Check for Associative Array

2002-07-18 Thread Jason Wong
On Friday 19 July 2002 01:19, Martin Clifford wrote: Try this: while($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) { // code here } This way, the resulting array will ONLY be associative. For some unknown reason the OP specifically does not want to use mysql_fetch_assoc()! I'm using

Re: [PHP] Check for Associative Array

2002-07-18 Thread Martin Clifford
Oh well. And HTH means Hope to Help. For some unknown reason the OP specifically does not want to use mysql_fetch_assoc()! Martin Clifford Homepage: http://www.completesource.net Developer's Forums: http://www.completesource.net/forums/ -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/)

Fwd: [PHP] php.ini problem

2002-07-18 Thread Andre
Thank you for everyone who helped me. The problem was a php.ini file in the root (/) directory, PHP 4.2.1 was using that file instead of the one configured (--with-config-file-path=/usr/local/apache/conf). -- Forwarding -- Subject: [PHP] php.ini problem Date: Thu, 18 Jul

Re: [PHP] Check for Associative Array

2002-07-18 Thread Kevin Stone
foreach ($row = mysql_fetch_array($result, MYSQL_ASSOC)) { //... } Is this what you need? http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.mysql-fetch-array.php -Kevin - Original Message - From: Henning Sittler [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 10:57 AM

Re: [PHP] ErrorDocument 404 Form

2002-07-18 Thread Peter
If you removed the ErrorDocument 404 /phpinfo.php from the apache conf (or reset it to original value), what happens? Do you get a standard 404 not found error page? Fabien Penso [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Matt a écrit : Well it still

Re: [PHP] Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Alberto Serra
ðÒÉ×ÅÔ! PHPCoder wrote: application useless unless I code a plan B into my code; meaning I can just as well NOT use cookies from the start... catch 22 dejavu... What are the general feeling out there amongst developers about the use of cookies? --snip-- I gather that the alternative

Re: [PHP] Check for Associative Array

2002-07-18 Thread Steve Edberg
At 12:57 PM -0400 7/18/02, Henning Sittler wrote: What's the best way to check for an Associative Array? There is no is_assoc() or similiar function listed in the manual (I don't think anyway). No, because AFAIK all PHP arrays are associative; there is no distinction between arrays hashes as

[PHP] rebooting linux using php

2002-07-18 Thread Harpreet Kaur
Can we reboot a linux server using a php page? And is it recommended? Regards, Harpreet Kaur _ Join the world’s largest e-mail service with MSN Hotmail. http://www.hotmail.com -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/)

Re: [PHP] rebooting linux using php

2002-07-18 Thread John S. Huggins
On Thu, 18 Jul 2002, Harpreet Kaur wrote: - -Can we reboot a linux server using a php page? Yes. -And is it recommended? No. - -Regards, -Harpreet Kaur - - -_ -Join the world’s largest e-mail service with MSN Hotmail.

Re: [PHP] Re: Cookies - good or bad???

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
I never heard of this php function, link(). Sound like a good function, I'm going to have to look it up! Thanks, FletchSOD Justin French [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... on 19/07/02 1:19 AM, Cord Schneider ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: A number

Re: [PHP] rebooting linux using php

2002-07-18 Thread Scott Fletcher
This can be done using the exec() function, the php.net doc will explain how it work. There are a few known problem as I can see if someone try to reboot the Linux/Unix. 1) If the hacker break-in and take control of hte script. Who know what could have happen. 2) If using encryption

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