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  From the November 2015 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
Changed PHP Global Variables
 
Posted 16 years ago on 5/12/2003
Take Away: PHP has become more conformed to CGI specifications and as such, you will need to make changes to your code in order for global variables to be filled in.
 Tags: PHP , CGI , global variables

KB100243



According to the deveoplers of PHP, PHP has become more conformed to CGI specifications. As such, you will need to make the following changes in order for global variables to be filled in. Included below is a list of environment variables that have changed in this latest version of PHP. As an example, if you have referenced the PATH_TRANSLATED variable in your scripts, you would need to change that to ORIG_PATH_TRANSLATED.

From:

  • PATH_TRANSLATED
  • PATH_INFO
  • SCRIPT_NAME
  • SCRIPT_FILENAME

To:

  • ORIG_PATH_TRANSLATED
  • ORIG_PATH_INFO
  • ORIG_SCRIPT_NAME
  • ORIG_SCRIPT_FILENAME

For more information, check bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=21575.

As a side note, this release of PHP will also ensure that image support is enabled. The GD libraries are supported in this release and we did confirm that both JPEG and PNG image support is included in this release.


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