[Project_owners] php Issues
whitedavidp at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 29 09:51:00 PDT 2010
Thanks. That seems to help me make some progress. But I do have to
invoke the .php.html file directly. It seems that when the request for
the .php file get redirected, request parameters are somehow being lost.
Mycroft Project wrote:
> PS you can put php in local.conf (irony...)
> if(strstr($_SERVER['SCRIPT_URL'], 'file.php.html'))
> $local_conf_serve_as_is = ON;
> On 29 September 2010 17:09, Mycroft Project
> <mycroft.mozdev.org at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I don't see the .php.html
>> Pete -
>> is redirecting to .php.html...
>> .html is prob working but you need to turn off templating (use
>> On 29 September 2010 17:02, David White <whitedavidp at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>> Thanks Pete. But my ThunderPlunger project's single php file is not working
>>> any more and I am stumped as to what I need to do. I test using my browser
>>> even though this routine is not supposed to present a UI as it is more like
>>> a service which my addon uses. The original routine at
>>> http://thunderplunger.mozdev.org/validateEmail.php was working fine. Then it
>>> stopped working and only displayed the contents of the file. I have copied
>>> the original file's contents to both a file ending in .html and one ending
>>> in .php.html and placed them via WinCvs along side the original file. But
>>> none of them work now. Indeed, the original no longer displays the file's
>>> contents. What am I doing wrong here? David
>>> Pete Collins wrote:
>>>> Anyone who is experiencing any php issues please respond to this thread.
>>>> This way I can keep all open issues in one place.
>>>> If you want php turned on for your project, don't reply to this thread.
>>>> If we have enabled php for your and you are using .php files, rename them
>>>> to .php.html and requests will be automatically redirected.
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>> Charles Caygill
>> Mycroft Project Owner
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