[PHP] Code logic problem pulling data from a file / for loop / by array_push

2002-01-20 Thread Larry Brown
If someone can help with this please examine the following problem... - $lefta = array(); $leftid = array(); $top = count($connarray); //connarray is an array of lines from a file with repeating sections that have

RE: [PHP] looking for newbie help in solving logic problem

2002-01-23 Thread Larry Brown
Awsome, That helps tremendously. Larry S. Brown President/CEO Dimension Networks, Inc. Member ICCA (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Jason Wong [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] I think get rid of this 'problem' by using arrays. As in: echo 'input type=text size=3

Re: [PHP] changing unix password in php?

2002-01-23 Thread Larry Brown
I've tried several versions of this: $command = su root; $id = whoami; passthru($command, $result); passthru($id, $result2); echo $result; echo $result2; Jon Farmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message news:00de01c1a42c$9401d970$[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Along this line, I have attempted to run a

[PHP] preg_match won't match elements

2002-01-29 Thread Larry Brown
I have two arrays and need to perform the array_diff function. However, since it is broken in 4.x, I'm trying to get the same outcome. Due to the nature of my call to this function the selected is always going to be a number of items selected from the connections. For some reason the outcome

[PHP] embedding php into html

2002-04-24 Thread Larry Brown
I have run many .php documents and generated html from them without problems. I have a client whose specific need to to keep the .html extention. I want to embed a php script into the html but the script won't run. I've tried two php enabled servers running apache and neither picks it out. Is

RE: [PHP] embedding php into html

2002-04-24 Thread Larry Brown
PROTECTED] Cc: Larry Brown Subject: Re: [PHP] embedding php into html On Wed, 24 Apr 2002, Larry Brown wrote: problems. I have a client whose specific need to to keep the .html extention. I want to embed a php script into the html but the script won't run. I've tried two php enabled servers

RE: [PHP] embedding php into html

2002-04-24 Thread Larry Brown
It looks like Miquel got to the performance issue already. Thanks guys for helping me on this. Larry S. Brown MCSE Dimension Networks, Inc. Member ICCA (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Miguel Cruz [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 8:00 PM To: Larry Brown

[PHP] compiling on freebsd

2002-04-24 Thread Larry Brown
I am trying to get php installed and working on a freebsd server and I'm used to using linux where it hasn't failed me before. After running ./configure make and make install there is no libphp4.so anywhere on the server. I ran just ./configure and make and then checked the current directories

RE: [PHP] compiling on freebsd

2002-04-24 Thread Larry Brown
PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2002 1:25 AM To: Larry Brown; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] compiling on freebsd ./configure make make install On Wednesday 24 April 2002 22:08 pm, you wrote: I am trying to get php installed and working on a freebsd server and I'm used to using linux where

RE: [PHP] compiling on freebsd

2002-04-24 Thread Larry Brown
-Original Message- From: Rasmus Lerdorf [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2002 12:40 AM To: Larry Brown Cc: PHP List Subject: RE: [PHP] compiling on freebsd Please read the INSTALL file. The default is to make the command line php binary if you do not provide any ./configure flags

[PHP] XML encoding variable simpleXML on Linux

2008-02-22 Thread Larry Brown
I am using PHP on Linux to communicate with an XML peer. I pull and push documents from and to their server. On the console I use UTF-8 as far as I can tell. When I send these documents should my leading tag read: ?xml versionnn=1.0 encoding=UTF-8? or is the encoding done by PHP and how do I

Re: [PHP] XML encoding variable simpleXML on Linux

2008-02-22 Thread Larry Brown
) On Feb 22, 2008, at 4:52 PM, Larry Brown wrote: I am using PHP on Linux to communicate with an XML peer. I pull and push documents from and to their server. On the console I use UTF-8 as far as I can tell. When I send these documents should my leading tag read: ?xml

[PHP] reading incoming xml

2008-03-01 Thread Larry Brown
I am running apache with php. I set up a curl script to send an xml request to the php page I'm authoring and want to handle the xml on the incoming message. My $_POST array is empty though. Is there some other place I should be looking? $_SERVER shows the incoming message as a post but again

Re: [PHP] reading incoming xml

2008-03-01 Thread Larry Brown
'.$vendorCompanyID.'/Data' in the $data output. I do get the hello so I know I am hitting the server and when it is set to $_SERVER as listed above I get the expected array but $_POST is empty. Larry On Sat, 2008-03-01 at 16:59 -0500, Nathan Nobbe wrote: On Sat, Mar 1, 2008 at 4:12 PM, Larry Brown [EMAIL

Re: [PHP] reading incoming xml

2008-03-01 Thread Larry Brown
sent by libcurl. Use CURLOPT_HTTP_VERSION to change HTTP version. -nathan -- Larry Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] reading incoming xml

2008-03-01 Thread Larry Brown
CURLOPT_HTTP_VERSION to change HTTP version. -nathan -- Larry Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

RE: [PHP] reading incoming xml

2008-03-01 Thread Larry Brown
Lauderdale, FL 33308 | TEL 954-607-4207 | FAX 954-337-2695 | Email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | MSN Chat: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | SKYPE: bestplace | Web: bestplace.biz | Web: seo-diy.com -Original Message- From: Larry Brown [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, March 01, 2008 9:43 PM

[PHP] validating mysql bound date

2008-03-04 Thread Larry Brown
Does anyone know if there is a builtin function for checking the formatting of an incoming date to verify it is /MM/DD. I know how to convert between formats but want a quick way to check an incoming variable to ensure it will be handled properly by mysqld. Larry -- PHP General Mailing

Re: [PHP] validating mysql bound date

2008-03-04 Thread Larry Brown
Its been a long week already... -MM-DD. On Tue, 2008-03-04 at 20:16 -0500, Larry Brown wrote: Does anyone know if there is a builtin function for checking the formatting of an incoming date to verify it is /MM/DD. I know how to convert between formats but want a quick way to check

Re: [PHP] validating mysql bound date

2008-03-04 Thread Larry Brown
to verify correct format of the date when working with mysql that there might be some built in that is faster etc. Thanks though... On Wed, 2008-03-05 at 14:34 +1100, Chris wrote: Larry Brown wrote: Its been a long week already... -MM-DD. On Tue, 2008-03-04 at 20:16 -0500, Larry Brown

Re: [PHP] validating mysql bound date

2008-03-07 Thread Larry Brown
|| $month != $m || $day != $d){ //handle invalid date input here } If you do all of that (which is really 5 lines of code) you should be pretty sure it's a correct/valid date. On Tue, March 4, 2008 10:12 pm, Larry Brown wrote: Thanks, I ended up doing: $incomingQuestDatePieces

[PHP] accessing one object's attribute from another

2007-09-09 Thread Larry Brown
Hi all, I've be developing with a structured approach for a long time and am working at improving my site by adding some classes etc. I however, am running into an odd thing that I can't figure out what a reasonable search syntax would yield the desired solution. The problem is as follows:

Re: [PHP] accessing one object's attribute from another

2007-09-09 Thread Larry Brown
On Mon, 2007-09-10 at 12:45 +1000, Chris wrote: Larry Brown wrote: Hi all, I've be developing with a structured approach for a long time and am working at improving my site by adding some classes etc. I however, am running into an odd thing that I can't figure out what a reasonable

Re: [PHP] Fun with SOAP.

2008-04-30 Thread Larry Brown
can handle attachments? I'd really rather not mess around with nusoap or the pear soap package. I don't see anywhere on the manual where it is possible to download attachments. Hopefully someone else has dealt with this before. -- Larry Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- PHP General Mailing

[PHP] fsockopen in phpmailer and tls

2008-09-04 Thread Larry Brown
might be a red herring. -- Larry Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

Re: [PHP] fsockopen in phpmailer and tls

2008-09-06 Thread Larry Brown
On Fri, 2008-09-05 at 00:58 -0400, Robert Cummings wrote: On Thu, 2008-09-04 at 23:20 -0400, Larry Brown wrote: I am having a ball of a time trying to figure this one out... If anyone has dealt with this before I'd love to get some morsels of wisdom from you... I am trying to connect

Re: [PHP] fsockopen in phpmailer and tls

2008-09-06 Thread Larry Brown
On Sat, 2008-09-06 at 14:06 -0400, Robert Cummings wrote: On Sat, 2008-09-06 at 14:02 -0400, Larry Brown wrote: OK. So I broke down and re-created my mail server due to its age. I am now running the latest sendmail and it is still failing. The message in the sendmail log

Re: [PHP] fsockopen in phpmailer and tls

2008-09-07 Thread Larry Brown
On Sat, 2008-09-06 at 14:53 -0400, Robert Cummings wrote: On Sat, 2008-09-06 at 14:38 -0400, Larry Brown wrote: On Sat, 2008-09-06 at 14:06 -0400, Robert Cummings wrote: On Sat, 2008-09-06 at 14:02 -0400, Larry Brown wrote: OK. So I broke down and re-created my mail server due

Re: [PHP] store array into session variable and get it back later

2008-10-01 Thread Larry Brown
how about: $bci = $_SESSION['bc']; foreach($bci-crumb as myCrumb) { echo br/value['name'] :.$myCrumb['name'].br/; echo br/value['link'] :.$myCrumb['link'].br/; echo br/value['id'] : .$myCrumb['id'].br/; } You are wanting to loop through the crumbs rather than looping objects. There

[PHP] foreach loop changed after 4.3 - 4.4 upgrade

2005-08-22 Thread Larry Brown
I had a foreach loop working on an array as such: $multiarray = array(array('person','person'),array('another','another')) the array was put through foreach($multiarray as $subArray){ do something with array } on each loop I would see $subArray= array([0] = 'person',[1] = 'person') and then

Re: [PHP] foreach loop changed after 4.3 - 4.4 upgrade

2005-08-22 Thread Larry Brown
I found that the only way to get the function to behave is to add the key... foreach($multiarray as $key=$subArray) Now it displays as it previously did where $subArray is concerned. Is there something I'm missing here? Was I the only person not using keys? On Mon, 2005-08-22 at 21:28, Larry

RE: [PHP] foreach loop changed after 4.3 - 4.4 upgrade

2005-08-23 Thread Larry Brown
On Tue, 2005-08-23 at 05:30, Ford, Mike wrote: -Original Message- From: Larry Brown To: php Sent: 23/08/05 02:28 Subject: [PHP] foreach loop changed after 4.3 - 4.4 upgrade I had a foreach loop working on an array as such: $multiarray = array(array('person','person'),array

RE: [PHP] foreach loop changed after 4.3 - 4.4 upgrade

2005-08-23 Thread Larry Brown
Sorry, that last one went out without a comment. I think this is most likely the cause. I haven't dug back into it yet to verify, but it makes the most sense. Thanks everyone... Larry On Tue, 2005-08-23 at 05:30, Ford, Mike wrote: -Original Message- From: Larry Brown To: php Sent

RE: [PHP] foreach loop changed after 4.3 - 4.4 upgrade

2005-08-24 Thread Larry Brown
Yes, tested and verified. It was the accelerator. They have multiple binaries, one for each version of PHP. Matching the new binary to the new version of PHP solved this problem. Thanks again. Larry On Tue, 2005-08-23 at 20:35, Larry Brown wrote: Sorry, that last one went out without

[suspicious - maybe spam] [PHP] [suspicious - maybe spam] detecting a leading hyphen from post data

2005-03-20 Thread Larry Brown
I know this is pretty petty, but it is a sunday and I'm missing this for some reason... I'm trying to detect a leading hyphen in an element of an array. I've been using strpos to find strings and if getting 1 as the result, I know it was at the beginning of the string. However, -, \-, nor /^-/

[PHP] paging through results of mysql query

2002-12-05 Thread Larry Brown
I know I'm trying to re-invent the wheel, but it is because I don't know how they do it. I set up a script to pull a ruleset from mysql and then loop through each row in the set. I then check each row as it loops until I get to the row number I want and start echoing rows. I create the row

RE: [PHP] paging through results of mysql query

2002-12-05 Thread Larry Brown
Much Gratefulness on my part! Finally, my server and I can catch our breath. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: John W. Holmes [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2002 12:47 PM To: 'Larry Brown'; 'PHP List' Subject: RE

[PHP] window size and setting other properties

2002-12-11 Thread Larry Brown
Does PHP have any commands to set the size of the window to be loaded? For that matter are there any methods for hiding buttons etc. from PHP? Larry S. Brown MCSE Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit:

[PHP] running perl script via su

2002-12-20 Thread Larry Brown
I am getting a lot of information about running the web server as root and the associated problems and so on as I've been looking for a quick solution. I have a perl script that is run by cron that executes sequence of events via sftp. The sftp client has no option that I know of to denote a

[PHP] running perl script via su

2002-12-21 Thread Larry Brown
I am getting a lot of information about running the web server as root and the associated problems and so on as I've been looking for a quick solution. I have a perl script that is run by cron that executes sequence of events via sftp. The sftp client has no option that I know of to denote a

RE: [PHP] No tshowing url in title bar....

2002-12-21 Thread Larry Brown
Before the body tag you have the head /head tags. Place titleTitle of the page/title and it will show up on the title bar instead of the url. If you want to get rid of the address bar of the browser window, let me know and I can post the javascript for creating that window. Larry S. Brown

[PHP] Problem with the List?

2002-12-21 Thread Larry Brown
Are my posts getting through? They appear to come back on the list but I also get this response... Sorry. Your message could not be delivered to: php-list,emc (The name was not found at the remote site. Check that the name has been entered correctly.) Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc.

[PHP] printing documents on printer

2002-12-30 Thread Larry Brown
Does anyone know where I might find specific information on methods of sending documents to a printer from the web server to an attached printer. My PHP and Perl books don't even touch on the capability for some reason. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -- PHP General

RE: [PHP] printing documents on printer

2002-12-30 Thread Larry Brown
My apologies, this is Linux RH8 to be exact. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: John W. Holmes [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, December 31, 2002 12:05 AM To: 'Larry Brown'; 'PHP List' Subject: RE: [PHP] printing documents on printer

[PHP] web visitor viewing a script?

2003-01-04 Thread Larry Brown
This came up in another group and I just wanted to know from the experts whether this is possible. Being someone well versed in PHP can you visit a web site, hit a script in PHP and be able to view the script on the page rather than just the html it generates. Is it true that the only way to

RE: [PHP] web visitor viewing a script?

2003-01-04 Thread Larry Brown
Thank you guys for the confirmation and ...yes I got it. :( Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Michael J. Pawlowsky [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Saturday, January 04, 2003 8:52 PM To: Larry Brown; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] web

RE: [PHP] frustrating problem

2003-01-06 Thread Larry Brown
I'm not sure what syntax would work for you with one query. You might try the mysql list. I personally make two queries. One would be a query to the foo table to get the name and the second would be a loop to iterate through each contact info entry. For each iteration you will get the array

RE: [PHP] Forwarding POST info from a PHP script

2003-01-07 Thread Larry Brown
There is probably a better way but what I do is create hidden fields in the form of the first page and populate it with the variable I need to go on to the next one. Ie for variable a, b, c, d coming to the first page... form name=sendit action=nextwebpage method=post [Do something with some or

[PHP] graph libs

2003-01-07 Thread Larry Brown
Can anyone give any suggestions on the best/most intuitive tools or libraries for generating graphs with PHP? Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

RE: [PHP] restrictions

2003-01-07 Thread Larry Brown
Just use the smtp server you use for mail. Oh you might not use smtp for corporate environment? Just use something like outlook express or some other smtp enabled client to send to these various smtp servers you are trying to use for the php scripts first. Then if it works with the mail client

RE: [PHP] Re: Need a suggestion on developing a php-related system

2003-01-07 Thread Larry Brown
From the remark about the arrival and departure time scenario, it sounds like you want to show whether the updates occurred and when they began/ended. If this is accurate, you should find out whether the scripts used to populate those databases record that information for the database it is

RE: [PHP] graph libs

2003-01-08 Thread Larry Brown
: Wednesday, January 08, 2003 9:10 AM To: Larry Brown Cc: PHP List Subject: Re: [PHP] graph libs http://www.aditus.nu/jpgraph/ Larry Brown wrote: Can anyone give any suggestions on the best/most intuitive tools or libraries for generating graphs with PHP? Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723

RE: [PHP] graph libs

2003-01-08 Thread Larry Brown
My extreme apologies to jpgraphs. They are more in line with phplot. I might even end up using them instead. Vagarant is the more difficult package. Again, their graph examples are pretty smooth but required a lot of package/dependency updates to RH. This is by no means an advertisement, just

RE: [PHP] Newbee observation

2003-01-09 Thread Larry Brown
Better yet a script should be run to have all the e-mails listed by the time they were received at the server instead of what time the e-mail was submitted. That should take care of it I would think. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Tom Ray

RE: [PHP] newbee

2003-01-09 Thread Larry Brown
Just a thought, set your form to use the get method so that you can see exactly what the php page is receiving. Then before any of your existing code put the first line to echo $variable; without the quotes and using one of the variables being sent and visible in the url. The page should then at

RE: [PHP] session_destroy problem

2003-01-10 Thread Larry Brown
Javascript has a function for performing actions on window close. You could have a submit action on the page that is sent when the window closes. I've not used it yet but it should work I would think. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Scott

RE: [PHP] checking status of a HTML checkbox

2003-01-10 Thread Larry Brown
Also look at empty(). I don't know if the $_POST array will send the key if it as no variable. I know on a regular post it does send the variable, but it has no value. I have used isset with just receiving post data and got strange results. On one I had an isset statement that ran a result

RE: [PHP] session_destroy problem

2003-01-10 Thread Larry Brown
Question...Do you know if Mozilla runs a browser instance that might handle the process after one of the browser windows is closed? Right now the situation is that IE closes the session when the window that opened it closes. I have a site that is authenticated and then runs sessions on the

RE: [PHP] session_destroy problem

2003-01-10 Thread Larry Brown
, at the beginning of hte webpage before the login page showed up and before attempting to create a session. Maybe this will help a little bit. Larry Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in message [EMAIL PROTECTED]">news:[EMAIL PROTECTED]... Question...Do you know if Mozilla runs a browser

RE: [PHP] checking status of a HTML checkbox

2003-01-10 Thread Larry Brown
can assure you that the form is properly closed on the sending page though. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of - Edwin Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 1:00 PM To: Larry Brown; Shams Cc

RE: [PHP] session_destroy problem

2003-01-10 Thread Larry Brown
. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Tamás Árpád [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 8:03 PM To: Larry Brown; Scott Fletcher; PHP List Subject: Re: [PHP] session_destroy problem Yes, the JavaScript code can run before

RE: [PHP] session_destroy problem

2003-01-14 Thread Larry Brown
For those who don't mind working with Javascript I have found a method of maintaining the sessions to a minimum length. According to the Javascript list there is no way to get the url of the site the user is going to next so there is no way to tell if the onunload is due to a site change or the

[PHP] emacs and php markup

2003-01-15 Thread Larry Brown
Does anyone out there use emacs and are proficient in customizing it? I love the highlighting it does while working on .php files. However, I usually use different extensions on my files than .php so is there a way to tell emacs to treat certain extensions as php? This would help out immensely!

RE: [PHP] PDF

2003-01-17 Thread Larry Brown
According to pdflib their commercial version gives you the ability to edit pdf files using the PDI library. Have you looked at this? Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Brian McGarvie [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Friday, January 17, 2003

RE: [PHP] PHP Encoders and GPL License

2003-01-19 Thread Larry Brown
I just want to clarify this for myself. My impression was that the affects of GPL requiring software developed from the original GPL to also be free was only applicable to modifications of the program itself. So if php was GPL and I modified the source and built my own customized version of php

[PHP] dreading OOP

2003-01-21 Thread Larry Brown
I hope this is not too far OT, however, you are the best resource I have for PHP and if anyone would know, it would be you guys. I have been writing scripts off and on for the past year and have an application written in PHP for a business' internal use. I have used snippets of Object oriented

RE: [PHP] dreading OOP

2003-01-21 Thread Larry Brown
The only reason I feel the need to expand my understanding is that I have to learn other concepts to produce my client's solutions. For instance I am now being asked to use SOAP to communicate with a vendor of his. Now I am reading about SOAP and frequently the descriptions rely on the reader's

RE: [PHP] Re:[PHP] dreading OOP

2003-01-21 Thread Larry Brown
Thank you, I'll check this book out. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Sukrit [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 12:39 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Re:[PHP] dreading OOP Larry == Larry Brown [EMAIL

[PHP] IE Pagelength issue

2003-06-07 Thread Larry Brown
I am running into a strange problem. I have a script that parses a database for results. It cycles through the data one record at a time looking for matches to the query. Up til now I haven't had any problems as the results have been limited in length. Now I have one that has a significant

RE: [PHP] IE Pagelength issue

2003-06-07 Thread Larry Brown
Just as an additional note: the page has one continuous table so another potential problem would be a limit to the length of a table? Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Larry Brown [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, June 07, 2003 1:55

[PHP] mysql field getting cut off

2003-05-30 Thread Larry Brown
If anyone can help I seem to be stuck on a problem getting a mysql field inserted correctly. For instance the first page would have a field such as... input type=text name=field size=12 info that is placed into the field is St. Petersburg, FL (without the quotes) the php code for the

RE: [PHP] mysql field getting cut off

2003-05-30 Thread Larry Brown
. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: John W. Holmes [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, May 29, 2003 9:44 PM To: 'Larry Brown'; 'PHP List' Subject: RE: [PHP] mysql field getting cut off If anyone can help I seem to be stuck on a problem getting

RE: [PHP] IE Pagelength issue

2003-06-07 Thread Larry Brown
information in addition to removing any one of them. So there are various buttons throughout. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: John W. Holmes [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, June 07, 2003 6:08 PM To: 'Larry Brown'; 'PHP List' Subject: RE

RE: [PHP] IE Pagelength issue

2003-06-08 Thread Larry Brown
, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: John W. Holmes [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, June 07, 2003 9:37 PM To: 'Larry Brown'; 'PHP List' Subject: RE: [PHP] IE Pagelength issue If you view source in IE, do you see the entire page? If so, then it's an IE display issue

RE: [PHP] IE Pagelength issue

2003-06-09 Thread Larry Brown
: Larry Brown [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, June 08, 2003 8:48 PM To: PHP List Subject: RE: [PHP] IE Pagelength issue Yes, the entire page is visible when selecting view source. And again, it does view ok in Mozilla. I will try breaking the table into smaller tables and see

[PHP] php mysql array question

2003-07-11 Thread Larry Brown
Is there any php function to pull a query into an array? I know there is a way to get the first row of the results in an array, but I'm having to loop through each row pushing the row onto an array to get the result I'm looking for and it seems like a lot of code for something that I would think

[PHP] Client script opensource plea

2003-07-13 Thread Larry Brown
This, most certainly OT, is a plea for fellow developers oriented in OpenSource solutions to help resolve a problem in case you have dealt with it before. I have written a PHP app that uses function keys at times to help speed data processing for my client VIA javascript. This app works fine

[PHP] console script html tags?

2003-07-14 Thread Larry Brown
How can I rid myself of the html tags around error messages when writing console scripts? (Besides avoiding errors) Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php

[PHP] else needed?

2003-07-19 Thread Larry Brown
On if statements, I periodically don't want anything to happen if the requisite is not met. In most cases just writing the statement in the format if (this) { do that; } and nothing more will work. However, I periodically get weird results with this and found the only fix was to do a... if

[PHP] mysql query manipulation vs php results manipulation

2003-02-19 Thread Larry Brown
How do you determine whether or not it is faster/more efficient to run a complicated query or to run multiple simple queries and join / manipulate the results with PHP? Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388

RE: [PHP] mysql query manipulation vs php results manipulation

2003-02-19 Thread Larry Brown
My apologies for the prior html version, I forgot to change back to txt. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 On Wed, 19 Feb 2003, Larry Brown wrote: How do you determine whether or not it is faster/more efficient to run a complicated query or to run multiple simple

RE: [PHP] MAC address user recognition?

2003-02-21 Thread Larry Brown
One other thing you could do is simply set up SSL with your own certificate so that it will encrypt the connection and then run code via JAVA or some other client side applet that will get the MAC address from the client machine directly. You can then check the MAC against the addresses allowed.

RE: [PHP] button and /button

2003-02-23 Thread Larry Brown
The onClick should be onClick=window.location(newpage.php) and this has nothing to do with php. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Leif K-Brooks [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 12:15 AM To: Sunfire Cc: [EMAIL

RE: [PHP] Emacs?

2003-02-26 Thread Larry Brown
25 Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Sascha Braun [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 12:00 PM To: PHP General list Subject: [PHP] Emacs? How many Persons in this List are using Emacs as there default Editor? -- PHP

RE: [PHP] Emacs?

2003-02-27 Thread Larry Brown
Oops...I stand corrected. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Matt Giddings [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 12:26 AM To: 'Larry Brown'; 'PHP List' Subject: RE: [PHP] Emacs? Don't you mean 42? -Original Message

[PHP] deciperhing oop

2003-03-03 Thread Larry Brown
Can someone who is used to using php oop help me figure out why this fails? I know there are probably a thousand classes already designed to do this and probably 100 times more efficient, but this is how I learn. From what I've read this should work but there is obviously something I'm missing.

RE: [PHP] deciperhing oop

2003-03-03 Thread Larry Brown
. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Jim Lucas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, March 03, 2003 6:50 PM To: Larry Brown; PHP List Subject: Re: [PHP] deciperhing oop the second argument in the mysql_select_db call in not in scope. you should be using $this-db instead of $db Jim

[PHP] Version 5?

2003-03-06 Thread Larry Brown
Someone mentioned a facet of version 5 to be expected that I am really looking forward to. Does anyone know what the release target date is? I didn’t see any mention of it on php.net. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388

[PHP] table cell space under image in IE

2003-03-13 Thread Larry Brown
Has anyone had to address this problem before? I've created a table and placed an image inside. The image is around 12 pxl high and when the table is displayed in Mozilla the cell border is up against the image on all sides. On IE however, the top of the image is up against the cell border but

RE: [PHP] table cell space under image in IE

2003-03-13 Thread Larry Brown
('pic3') onMouseOut=change_back('pic3') /FORM /TD /TR Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: CPT John W. Holmes [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2003 12:07 PM To: Larry Brown; PHP List Subject: Re: [PHP] table cell space under image

RE: [PHP] Re: table cell space under image in IE

2003-03-13 Thread Larry Brown
I just posted the code and have the tags on separate lines for clarity, but in the source they are on the same line with no space between the tags. Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Roman Sanchez [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday,

RE: [PHP] table cell space under image in IE

2003-03-13 Thread Larry Brown
What kind of @%#$%#! is that? Why would they have /form take up visible space? Hmm, I guess I'll have to find a new angle or hide the closing form beyond the table. Thanks... Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: Roman Sanchez [mailto:[EMAIL

[PHP] Pause for user input?

2002-11-20 Thread Larry Brown
Does anyone know of a method to pause during the processing of a script to prompt a user for information and then incorporate the user's response for the remainder of the script? Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To

RE: [PHP] Pause for user input?

2002-11-20 Thread Larry Brown
ICCA (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: @ Edwin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, November 20, 2002 11:29 AM To: Larry Brown Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Pause for user input? Hello, Larry Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone know of a method to pause

RE: [PHP] Pause for user input?

2002-11-20 Thread Larry Brown
. Thanks, Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. (727) 723-8388 -Original Message- From: @ Edwin [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, November 20, 2002 2:39 PM To: Larry Brown Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] Pause for user input? Larry Brown [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

RE: [PHP] How do I initialize a page to do something ONCE

2002-11-22 Thread Larry Brown
Your first post stated.. The only problem is that it is not processing the second if block -- if($start_over == 1) -- unless I actually set start_over=1 in the get string. Your second sounds like it is executing the second block... The variable $initialize contains int(1), so it does set

[PHP] PHP_AUTH_USER failing, please help me...

2002-11-25 Thread Larry Brown
I just built a new server and loaded with RH8. I copied my php files over to the new apache server and modified the links. I couldn't find any mention of php in the httpd.conf so I figured it must me compiled into httpd so I tested it. The PHP files load, however, the php_auth_user and

[PHP] RE: PHP_AUTH_USER failing, please help me...

2002-11-25 Thread Larry Brown
Phil, You da man! It just doesn't get any sweeter. Register_globals is off. Thank you, Larry S. Brown Dimension Networks, Inc. -Original Message- From: Philip Hallstrom [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Monday, November 25, 2002 7:40 PM To: Larry Brown Cc: PHP List Subject

[PHP] apache httpd-2.0.40-8 and scanning alternate extensions for php

2002-12-01 Thread Larry Brown
I just moved to a machine with RH8 that has their latest version of apache. On prior versions httpd.conf had a section that I could set to have the server scan .html extensions for php tags. There is no longer such a section even though the server does appropriately scan .php files. Does anyone

RE: [PHP] apache httpd-2.0.40-8 and scanning alternate extensions for php

2002-12-01 Thread Larry Brown
- From: Evan Nemerson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Sunday, December 01, 2002 4:53 PM To: Larry Brown; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [PHP] apache httpd-2.0.40-8 and scanning alternate extensions for php -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Find the line that looks like AddType

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