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Global Request with Apache & XP

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Jay
Hi,

Just installed Apache & PHP on XP. Having no problems at all except I
keep getting undefined variable errors. I know that this is due to the
Request Globals being set to off in PHP, but I'd rather have this on
because I'm only going to be using this locally.

So I found the php.ini file in C://Windows and updated it to set this
to On. I then stopped and started Apache multiple times and I was
still getting these "Undefined Variable Errors".

Anyone have any ideas on what the issue could be?

Thanks!!
Jul 17 '05 #1
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jc*****@cse.buffalo.edu (Jay) wrote in message news:<e2*************************@posting.google.c om>...
Hi,

Just installed Apache & PHP on XP. Having no problems at all except I
keep getting undefined variable errors. I know that this is due to the
Request Globals being set to off in PHP, but I'd rather have this on
because I'm only going to be using this locally.

So I found the php.ini file in C://Windows and updated it to set this
to On. I then stopped and started Apache multiple times and I was
still getting these "Undefined Variable Errors".

Anyone have any ideas on what the issue could be?


Be sure, you edit the right ini file. Use phpinfo() to find the
correct ini that is used by PHP. (It may happen, if your system have
more than one ini file)

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Jul 17 '05 #2

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