[PHP] web page visitor simulation

2002-01-03 Thread Jason Bell
you can recommend to me, or a tool already existing that I can try? Would curl enable me to do this easier? Thanks! Jason Bell

Re: [PHP] adding users on *nix

2002-01-04 Thread Jason Bell
you might be better off triggering a back-end script to do that. the script would have to have root privilegf es. I'm not sure if you can become root within PHP, but if you trigger a shell script or perl script or something, it can be set SUID to root or something please note that my

Re: [PHP] Party/RSVP App?

2002-01-09 Thread Jason Bell
go take a look at some of the script archive pages like http://www.hotscripts.com I'm sure someone out there has made this already - Original Message - From: Michael O'Neal [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2002 2:56 PM Subject: [PHP] Party/RSVP

Re: [PHP] PHP Security - view source code

2002-01-16 Thread Jason Bell
The PHP code is parsed and interpreted at the server level, and then returns only the output to the browser. It is not possible to view PHP code via view source. - Original Message - From: Phil Schwarzmann [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2002 1:03 PM

Re: [PHP] Re: Image Fields and PHP...

2002-01-16 Thread Jason Bell
It basically comes down to speed. While there is nothing Technicaly wrong with storing the images in the database, accessing the images will become slower as the database gets larger, than if the files were stored on the filesystem. Whether or not this degredation of performance is acceptable or

Re: [PHP] Confusing Problem

2002-01-20 Thread Jason Bell
Just as DL Neil implied, your variables are outside the scope of the function. set them global within your function. See: http://www.php.net/manual/en/language.variables.scope.php - Original Message - From: Tj Corley [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: DL Neil [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [PHP] Increment help..please

2002-01-24 Thread Jason Bell
In your database, make the ID column AUTO_INCREMENT, and then simply don't specify a value for it when you insert. - Original Message - From: will hives [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 11:43 AM Subject: [PHP] Increment help..please please help

[PHP] Class Function Issue

2002-03-16 Thread Jason Bell
Hi! I'm building a class, and am trying to include an authorization function the code works when used outside of the class, but when I put it inside the class, for some reason my session variables won't get set. Am I attempting the impossible, or am I missing something that I need to

Re: [PHP] Class Function Issue

2002-03-17 Thread Jason Bell
oops... meant to send this to the list - Original Message - From: Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 10:27 AM Subject: Re: [PHP] Class Function Issue Thanks for the tip. I tried that... I passed $HTTP_SESSION_VARS as a parameter

[PHP] RE: php code generator

2002-03-20 Thread Jason Bell
you can find a fairly decent PHP extension for ultra dev at the below link. http://www.interakt.ro

Re: [PHP] Re: Making a simple borderless pop up window with a Close button

2002-03-20 Thread Jason Bell
Actually, it sort of works for other browsers. It just isn't as cool the window that is opened on netscape is just a normal bordered popup window, with no toolbars. - Original Message - From: Gaylen Fraley [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, March 20, 2002 6:32

Re: [PHP] 2 decimal places

2001-09-25 Thread Jason Bell
What if I want to pad a number with zeros in the other direction? I.E: 524 becomes 00524 - Original Message - From: Christian Dechery [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Kurth Bemis [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2001 9:41 AM Subject: Re: [PHP] 2 decimal

[PHP] HTML file with variable replacement.

2001-08-02 Thread Jason Bell
Ok, I'm trying to seperate my php from my html the method I've been trying to use is like so: $html = fread(fopen(htmlpage.html, r), filesize(htmlpage.html)); print $html; This works perfectly fine, except if I want to use a variable lets say that my htmlpage.html includes the

[PHP] unset($PHP_AUTH_USER, $PHP_AUTH_PW)

2001-08-29 Thread Jason Bell
keeps $PHP_AUTH_USER and $PHP_AUTH_PW, and won't allow another login attempt until the browser is closed. Is there another way to effectively unset the variables? Thanks, Jason Bell

Re: [PHP] Posting to oneself

2001-08-29 Thread Jason Bell
if you are within a function, try doing this first: global $PHP_SELF; - Original Message - From: John Meyer [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Alexander Skwar [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2001 4:15 PM Subject: Re: [PHP] Posting to oneself At 12:07 AM 8/30/01

Re: [PHP] help again

2001-08-31 Thread Jason Bell
All you should need to do is echo H1$beer's taste is great/H1; don't use the braces. -Jbell - Original Message - From: Nikola Veber [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: php forum [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, August 31, 2001 9:38 AM Subject: [PHP] help again I am having big troubles here. I wrote

Re: [PHP] help again

2001-08-31 Thread Jason Bell
do yourself a favor... create a file, call it something like test.php and add the following to it's contents: /* begin test.php */ ?php phpinfo(); ? /* End test.php */ then, open this page with your browser. if PHP is working, you should see a lot of configuration and version information, and

Re: [PHP] chmod failed: Operation not permitted

2001-08-31 Thread Jason Bell
at your unix prompt, (assuming you are running apache) enter the command ps -ef |grep httpd you should see the httpd (apache) process, and who owns it. Typicly this is the user nobody. Your file needs to be owned by the user that owns the httpd process. - Jason Bell - Original Message

Re: [PHP] Newbie Question: mysqldump via PHP

2001-09-04 Thread Jason Bell
the unix command to see where an executable is, is which. Example: which mysqldump - Original Message - From: Tony Frasketi [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Sam Masiello [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2001 11:53 AM Subject: Re: [PHP] Newbie Question: mysqldump

Re: [PHP] Newbie Question: mysqldump via PHP

2001-09-04 Thread Jason Bell
Have you tried storing the mysqldump output to a string and then using PHP to open a file, dump the string into the file, and then close the file? Might work that way... - Original Message - From: Tony Frasketi [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Sam Masiello [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [PHP] GOOD web hosting

2001-09-04 Thread Jason Bell
I recently moved all of my domains to www.prohosters.com and have been nothing but pleased with them. They offer unlimited (within reason): space (their plans list disk quotas but they will be the first to tell you that they ignore them) pop3 accounts MySQL Databases Domain

[PHP] Dissapearing Session Variables (long post)

2001-09-05 Thread Jason Bell
make sure to call global for each variable before I use itany ideas? Thanks in advance! Jason Bell

Re: [PHP] execute a script on access to a directory

2001-09-07 Thread Jason Bell
You could always add an include() for every page under the /go directory. Simplest way that I can think of. - Original Message - From: Enrique Vadillo [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, September 07, 2001 12:09 PM Subject: [PHP] execute a script on access to a

Re: [PHP] Re: run a script for any HTTP request (was: run a script on access to a directory)

2001-09-07 Thread Jason Bell
Explorer does support 404 documents. You just have to make sure the document is bigger than 512 bytes. - Original Message - From: Enrique Vadillo [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, September 07, 2001 2:36 PM Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: run a script

Re: [PHP] Re: run a script for any HTTP request (was: run a script on access to a directory)

2001-09-07 Thread Jason Bell
IE has Friendly Error Messages so on a normal 404 response, IE would show it's own error message, and not the one from the server. The Documented way around this is to ensure that your 404 document is larger than 512 bytes. http://www.zdnet.com/products/stories/reviews/0,4161,2779295-3,00.html

[PHP] Reprise of dissapearing session variables

2001-09-07 Thread Jason Bell
ok! I've been trying to figure this out, and I'm completely stumped! I've started from scratch with a test script, here is my code: ? session_start(); if (!$PHPSESSID) { $sess_name = Jason; $sess_auth = 1; session_register(sess_name); session_register(sess_auth); }; print

Re: [PHP] Reprise of dissapearing session variables

2001-09-10 Thread Jason Bell
Yeah, we narrowed it down to the cluster as causing the problem friday night. My host is working to figure out a solution. They have a few ideas, but haven't tested them yet. session files get saved in /tmp by default, correct? Is there a way to have them saved somewhere that would propogate to

Re: [PHP] Reprise of dissapearing session variables

2001-09-10 Thread Jason Bell
Thanks for the input Kirk! Unfortunately, I don't have the ability modify my php.ini (virtual hosting). Also, if I saved the session data in the database, I'd have to perform a database query to get it at the beginning of each page. That's probably not good for performance. :/ option #1

Re: [PHP] updating several lines in a text file while leaving rest of file untouched

2001-09-10 Thread Jason Bell
how much are they paying for their hosting? I mean seriously you can get a PHP enabled host that offers MySQL database for next to nothing these days. But, apart from that you could read the file into an array, making each line an element within the array. Modify what you need to

Re: [PHP] Stripslashes question.

2001-09-10 Thread Jason Bell
try addslashes instead. You might have better luck. - Original Message - From: Sean C. McCarthy [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PHP General List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, September 10, 2001 2:42 PM Subject: [PHP] Stripslashes question. Hi all, What will be the way to convert binary

Re: [PHP] Re: problem with form values

2001-09-12 Thread Jason Bell
PHP Is server side. The form data, until it is submitted is client side. If you need to manipulate the form data before processing it (i.e for validation, etc) you can either build that logic into your processing code, or have the form call an intermediate set of code that does what you need to

Re: [PHP] Re: Hierarchic menus using Javascript and PHP?

2001-09-12 Thread Jason Bell
I believe I do what you are attempting to do, in pure PHP using a switch statement and variables. It works, (check www.northpointless.org to see it in action) but keep in mind my site is in early developement, so the menu options aren't quite fleshed out at this time.: function menu ($pos, $sub

[PHP] Ip Address to binary

2001-09-12 Thread Jason Bell
, thoughts or comments? Thanks! -Jason Bell

Re: [PHP] Ip Address to binary

2001-09-12 Thread Jason Bell
I want to add I have seen bindec() , and I think it's a cruel cruel joke for it to only work with 31 bits, given that ip4 addresses are 32 bits. :} - Original Message - From: Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PHP Users [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 2:29 PM

Re: [PHP] Dynamic Form

2001-09-12 Thread Jason Bell
PHP does not know what the user has selected in the first drop down. You can either reload the page with the new value once the user has selected the value for the first drop down list, and go from there, or use Javascript. - Original Message - From: Jared Mashburn [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[PHP] session_unset session_destroy being called outside of logic.

2001-09-13 Thread Jason Bell
Hello all! I am switching a variable to check if a user is logging in or logging out. If the value of the variable is logout, I want the user to logout, i.e: case logout: session_unset(); session_destroy(); $AuthErr = FONT SIZE=-1 COLOR=redSession Terminated/FONT; break; What is

Re: [PHP] session_unset session_destroy being called outside of logic.

2001-09-13 Thread Jason Bell
- From: Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PHP Users [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2001 3:12 PM Subject: [PHP] session_unset session_destroy being called outside of logic. Hello all! I am switching a variable to check if a user is logging in or logging out. If the value

Re: [PHP] session_unset session_destroy being called outside of logic.

2001-09-13 Thread Jason Bell
Thanks for the reply Kirk! case logout: session_unset(); session_destroy(); $AuthErr = FONT SIZE=-1 COLOR=redSession Terminated/FONT; break; What is happening, is after the user authenticates and logs in, everything looks good, but whenever the user follows any

Re: [PHP] Monitoring traffic

2001-09-14 Thread Jason Bell
check out www.mrtg.org for a pre-packaged solution, otherwise check out the SNMP functions of PHP. http://www.php.net/manual/en/ref.snmp.php in either case, you'll need to install the snmp support from your win2000 installation disk. /* SED asked: */ This

Re: [PHP] Re: echo/printing html within a function - best method

2001-09-16 Thread Jason Bell
Out of curiosity, why do you avoid having functions generate HTML? Is this just personal preference, or is there some performance or other reason? -Jason - Original Message - From: Rasmus Lerdorf [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: speedboy [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday,

Re: [PHP] Quick mail function help.... please!!!

2001-09-17 Thread Jason Bell
Here is how I send email, please note the From, and X-Sender line: $recipient .= $recipient; $subject = $SubjectLine; $message .= $YourMessageHere; $message .= $More MessageHere; $headers .= From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]\n; $headers .= X-Sender: [EMAIL PROTECTED]\n; $headers .=

Re: [PHP] Get the beginning array number

2001-09-17 Thread Jason Bell
try this, untested, on the fly type solution. :) foreach ($array as $key = $value) { if (strlen($value) 0) { $FirstWithValue = $key; break; } } Now, $FirstWithValue should hold the key of the first element, so you could then use $array[$FirstWithValue] if you

Re: [PHP] Re: include question

2001-09-18 Thread Jason Bell
include loads the entire file. I do something similar with my functions (Keep them in a seperate file, and include them when needed) I will usually have multiple function files, grouped by function... for example, I have one file for error reporting functions, one file for authentication

Re: [PHP] ...::: Vacation on us! :::...

2001-09-18 Thread Jason Bell
All of us? WoW! Well, if we win, how do we decide who gets to go? - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 8:06 AM Subject: [PHP] ...::: Vacation on us! :::... You have been specially selected to qualify for the following:

[PHP] PHP Site

2001-09-18 Thread Jason Bell
is it just me, or is php.net down right now?

Re: [PHP] Is there no one who can help me out there.

2001-09-18 Thread Jason Bell
John, someone did reply to you alread. here let me snip from that email oOoOoOoOoOoO Gerard Samuel Said: oOoOoOoOoOoO check to see if the field where the info is going into is long enough. ie varchar(50). anything more than 50 get cut off. being diplayed on the succeeding web

Re: [PHP] PHP Site

2001-09-18 Thread Jason Bell
Thanks. I suppose really need to download the docs to my machine. :) - Original Message - From: Scott [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED]; PHP Users [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2001 4:34 PM Subject: Re: [PHP] PHP Site The net is slow right now

Re: [PHP] re: array question

2001-09-18 Thread Jason Bell
or, assuming PHP4 is in use, you can do it a little cleaner, and use a foreach loop: foreach ($array as $value) { print $value; } if you wanted the key names, as well as the value, you could use this: foreach ($array as $key = $value) { print $key of \$array = $value; } -

[PHP] MySQL Connectivity test

2001-09-19 Thread Jason Bell
What is the *SIMPLEST* way to test connectivity to a database? Shouldnt there be a mysql_connection_test command or something? :) -Jason

Re: [PHP] MySQL Connectivity test

2001-09-20 Thread Jason Bell
Thanks lance and David for the reply. :) Yes, I suspected as much, *BUT* let me explain what I am trying to do: I have a script I am writing that uses a MySQL backend. I'm including an initial configuration interface via the webbrowser. During initial configuration, the user provides

Re: [PHP] MySQl IP Address Storage

2001-09-20 Thread Jason Bell
Felix, Just to save you the headache that I encountered, the column that you plan to store your IP address in needs to be an unsigned integer when using INET_ATON and INET_NTOA If it's not, all addresses stored will come out as 127.0.0.0 (I think that was what it was...). Also, these are

Re: [PHP] Codes in PHP

2001-09-20 Thread Jason Bell
SARCASM hey, maybe if you post this 10 more times, someone will answer it... /SARCASM This is a good list, if someone has an answer, you will probably get it. You don't need to post the same question multiple times. All that does is annoy the hell out of people. - Original Message -

Re: [PHP] PHP Boot Camp [Announcement]

2001-09-20 Thread Jason Bell
Not to mention, it's a PHP bootcamp, not an HTML Web Design bootcamp. What do the aesthetics of the site have to do with the backend? I've recieved many excellent tips from richard in the past. I'm sure he is qualified to teach PHP. - Original Message - From: Erik H. Mathy [EMAIL

[PHP] Just for fun:

2001-09-20 Thread Jason Bell
Here is a question, just for fun: What is the biggest function (In terms of line count) you have ever written? I just finished one that is 100 lines long. That is by far my biggest It's a script initialization function that sets up database connectivity, creates all tables necessary for

Re: [PHP] Just for fun:

2001-09-21 Thread Jason Bell
Thanks Mathew, Jason and Joseph for the reply. I never thought that having a large function could be a bad thing. I'll keep your tips in mind when writing functions from now on. Fortunatly, the function I was refering to that was 100 lines is a one time use function. It's only used to setup the

[PHP] Is anyone else seeing this everytime they mail to the list?

2001-09-21 Thread Jason Bell
Every time I send an email to the list, I get a bounce-back. Below are the details... anyone else see this? who is [EMAIL PROTECTED]? Reporting-MTA: dns; mail.aaz-netmarketing.com Arrival-Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2001 19:02:32 +0200 (CEST) Final-Recipient: rfc822; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Action: failed

Re: [PHP] Is anyone else seeing this everytime they mail to the list?

2001-09-21 Thread Jason Bell
Hmmm Well, the *ONLY* time I get it is when I send email to php-general NoWayMan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Hey I got that message in trying to remove my address from a spammer's list. But I'm not subscribed to the php mailing

Re: [PHP] Is anyone else seeing this everytime they mail to the list?

2001-09-21 Thread Jason Bell
Nope. I get it even if php-general is the only address I'm emailing.. - Original Message - From: Sheridan Saint-Michel [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, September 21, 2001 11:24 AM Subject: Re: [PHP] Is anyone else seeing this everytime

[PHP] Thumbnail Generation from DB Stored Images.

2001-07-12 Thread Jason Bell
can use tgen.php in the same mannor. I can use the same convert command if I use an actual file, like pics/mypic.jpg and it works, so the command is good. any help at all would be very appreciated, Jason Bell

Re: [PHP] Using an image as a reset button on a PHP script

2001-07-13 Thread Jason Bell
A quick search on the web found that you have to output some javascript to handle that take a look at http://www.idocs.com/tags/forms/index_famsupp_142.html (Caveat: I only found the information by going to google and searching on html image reset button I have not studied it, or tried it.)

Re: [PHP] how can i creat a file and write a string to it!

2001-07-16 Thread Jason Bell
You need to open the file before you can actually write to it try this: $fp = fopen($file, w); fwrite($fp, $articletext); fclose($fp); - Original Message - From: sunny AT wde [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: php [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, July 15, 2001 10:27 AM Subject: [PHP] how can i

Re: [PHP] Get filename in php command line

2001-07-17 Thread Jason Bell
$PHP_SELF returns the filename with the full path. from there, you can use split to split the string wherever a / occurs, then call count, to get the total number of values in the array, decrememnt the count by 1 (Arrays begin at 0) then, set a variable to store just the filename, like so:

[PHP] Data from SQL to a string in a useable format

2001-07-17 Thread Jason Bell
How can I pull my data from my SQL db, and store it as a string so that it can be used? Specificly, I'm working with images. When the images are stored in the database, the only pre-processing that is done is: $img = addslashes(fread(fopen($userfile, r), filesize($userfile))); (* note:

Re: [PHP] PHP- something i don't undestand

2001-07-17 Thread Jason Bell
your query needs to be an actual query, such as a select statement... - Original Message - From: Yassel Omar Izquierdo Souchay [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2001 1:28 PM Subject: [PHP] PHP- something i don't undestand Hi I'm having trouble with

Fw: [PHP] php- something that i don't understand

2001-07-17 Thread Jason Bell
Oops.. forgot to CC the group.. - Original Message - From: Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Yassel Omar Izquierdo Souchay [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2001 12:42 PM Subject: Re: [PHP] php- something that i don't understand try this: mysql_connect(YOUR_DB_HOST

Re: [PHP] Need help with formatting time

2001-07-17 Thread Jason Bell
try looking here: http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.mktime.php then here: http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.date.php -JB - Original Message - From: John Holcomb [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2001 12:53 PM Subject: [PHP]

Re: [PHP] displaying icons

2001-07-17 Thread Jason Bell
how are you trying to use PHP to output the html? AFAIK, there shouldn't be any difference between: HTML document: IMG SRC="abduction.ico" PHP document: print "IMG SRC='abduction.ico'"; You should note however that within the PHP print statement, you should to refrain from the use of

[PHP] Fw: Data from SQL to a string in a useable format

2001-07-18 Thread Jason Bell
Ok, never got a reply yesterday, so I figured I'd resend this. can this even be done? __ How can I pull my data from my SQL db, and store it as a string so that it can be used? Specificly, I'm working with images. When the images are stored in the

Re: [PHP] RE: bill

2001-07-18 Thread Jason Bell
oopsie. - Original Message - From: Danielle Forestier [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 10:02 AM Subject: [PHP] RE: bill Mr. Tejano: Aetna/Box 60578/LA, CA 90060-00578 457-74-9048/02 Warren Vail Group 8--40-010-2 Thank you for

Re: [PHP] Fw: Data from SQL to a string in a useable format

2001-07-18 Thread Jason Bell
- From: Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PHP Users [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 11:51 AM Subject: [PHP] Fw: Data from SQL to a string in a useable format Ok, never got a reply yesterday, so I figured I'd resend this. can this even be done

Re: [PHP] remove me from php list

2001-07-18 Thread Jason Bell
remove yourself. :) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Original Message - From: danny brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 12:25 PM Subject: [PHP] remove me from php list thanks -- PHP General Mailing List

Re: [PHP] Connexion to MySQL

2001-07-18 Thread Jason Bell
Forget PHP for a second. Can you connect to that server normally, using a MySQL Client? - Original Message - From: Moise Bertrand TACHAGO [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 1:55 PM Subject: [PHP] Connexion to MySQL Hi, Please can anyone help

Re: [PHP] Re: Session problems

2001-07-19 Thread Jason Bell
I have a file that I include at the beginning of every .php file it contains the following code, and works perfectly: session_start(); if (!$PHPSESSID) { session_register('sess_uid'); session_register('sess_acl');

Re: [PHP] Image Submission into a Database Updating

2001-07-19 Thread Jason Bell
the function unlink() will delete your old file... http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.unlink.php - Original Message - From: Brad R. C. [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 19, 2001 3:01 PM Subject: [PHP] Image Submission into a Database Updating Ok.. I have

Re: [PHP] PHP MySQL

2001-07-20 Thread Jason Bell
What's wrong with using ORDER BY in your sql statement? - Original Message - From: Erich Kolb [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, July 20, 2001 9:32 AM Subject: [PHP] PHP MySQL When you query a MySQL Database, how do you set the order alphabetically? -- PHP

Re: [PHP] PHP MySQL

2001-07-20 Thread Jason Bell
Also, to add to this, it's worth noting that the opposite of DESC is ASC as in Descending and Ascending order - Original Message - From: Steve Werby [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, July 20, 2001 9:55 AM Subject: Re: [PHP]

Re: [PHP] inserting free-form text with quotes to mysql

2001-07-20 Thread Jason Bell
$newstring = addslashes($oldstring); then, use $newstring for everything should work. - Original Message - From: garman [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, July 20, 2001 11:57 AM Subject: [PHP] inserting free-form text with quotes to mysql I'm creating a

Re: [PHP] inserting free-form text with quotes to mysql

2001-07-20 Thread Jason Bell
PM Subject: RE: [PHP] inserting free-form text with quotes to mysql Dude! I already said that wasn't working :) MG = Original Message From Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED] = $newstring = addslashes($oldstring); then, use $newstring for everything should work. - Original

Re: [PHP] Fw: Data from SQL to a string in a useable format

2001-07-23 Thread Jason Bell
- Original Message - From: Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Sheridan Saint-Michel [EMAIL PROTECTED]; php-general [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2001 12:02 PM Subject: Re: [PHP] Fw: Data from SQL to a string in a useable format I will certainly give it a try... Thanks

[PHP] Dynamic Thumbnail From Database Solution!

2001-07-23 Thread Jason Bell
) this works. if anyone can think of a better way to do anything I have done, feel free to add your 2 cents I'm certainly open to it. :) Jason Bell

[PHP] String Comparison

2001-07-24 Thread Jason Bell
Hello. I'm trying to compare two strings, and performa function if the are the same. Easy right? I thought so until I tried it... $query = select type from images where id=$id; $result = mysql_query($query); $type = mysql_result($result,0,type); print $type; if (image/pjpeg == $type) {

Re: [PHP] String Comparison

2001-07-24 Thread Jason Bell
oh wait.. I just realize my goof it is treating it like I want to divide image by pjpeg. LMAO *sigh* I guess I should just go home while I'm ahead. haha -Jason - Original Message - From: Jason Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: PHP Users [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2001

[PHP] Session Variables

2001-07-25 Thread Jason Bell
method? Thanks! Jason Bell

Re: [PHP] Session Variables

2001-07-25 Thread Jason Bell
Thanks! I changed my code to the following and it plugged that hole. :) if (!$PHPSESSID) { $sess_auth = ; session_register('sess_auth'); } - Original Message - From: Sascha Schumann [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] hosting

2001-07-26 Thread Jason Bell
I personally use www.phpwebhosting.com and they are OK. I don't think I would put anything mission critical on their servers. Why do I say this? I usually spend all day long with an SSH session open, running VI to edit my site... several times throughout the day, my session will freeze... if I