MySQL Lists are EOL. Please join:

List:General Discussion« Previous MessageNext Message »
From:Martin Ramsch Date:August 4 1999 6:39am
Subject:PHP as CGI script (was: mysql vs. text file)
View as plain text  
On Di, 1999-08-03 23:14:47 -0700, Steve Edberg <sbedberg@stripped> wrote:
> >You just have to compile PHP additionally as CGI script to use it
> >independant from the web sever.  Works fine, except for some few PHP
> >features which are only possible as an Apache module (like the
> >Header() function).
> I think you meant virtual()...Header() works quite nicely under CGI!

You're right - and I should have look at the PHP manual ... ;)

Apache specific functions are:
        - apache_lookup_uri
        - apache_note
        - getallheaders
        - virtual
        - HTTP Authentication hooks (see chapter 16)

Martin Ramsch <m.ramsch@stripped> <URL: >
PGP KeyID=0xE8EF4F75 FiPr=52 44 5E F3 B0 B1 38 26  E4 EC 80 58 7B 31 3A D7
mysql and excelStuart D Jackson3 Aug
  • Re: mysql and excelSteve Ruby3 Aug
  • RE: mysql and excelMichael Robinson3 Aug
    • mysql and excelFRed3 Aug
    • RE: mysql vs. text fileEe Loon3 Aug
      • Re: mysql vs. text fileChristian Mack3 Aug
      • RE: mysql vs. text fileKelly Yancey4 Aug
        • Re: mysql vs. text fileMartin Ramsch4 Aug
          • Re: mysql vs. text fileSteve Edberg4 Aug
            • PHP as CGI script (was: mysql vs. text file)Martin Ramsch4 Aug
              • RE: PHP as CGI script (was: mysql vs. text file)Kelly Yancey4 Aug
                • Locking problem?Arlen Greer4 Aug
                  • Re: Locking problem?Patrick Sherrill4 Aug
                    • RE: Locking problem?Arlen Greer5 Aug
                      • Re: Locking problem?Christian Mack5 Aug
RE: mysql and excelWilliam D. Webber3 Aug
Re: mysql and excelRalph Graulich4 Aug
RE: Locking problem?Quentin Bennett5 Aug