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Bug #22116 PHP_SELF gives wrong info
Submitted: 2003-02-07 16:33 UTC Modified: 2003-02-20 08:10 UTC
From: russ at iris dot washington dot edu Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: Variables related
PHP Version: 4.3.0 OS: Solaris 2.7 sparc
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-02-07 16:33 UTC] russ at iris dot washington dot edu
I was able to use this workaround:
    $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] =
    substr($_SERVER['PATH_TRANSLATED'],
       strlen($_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT']));
    if (substr($_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'], 0, 2) == '//') {
       $_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'] =
            substr($_SERVER['SCRIPT_NAME'], 1);
    }
to fix an invalid PHP_SELF on Solaris 2.7
Sparc, PHP 4.3.0 .

Simply doing phpinfo(); and then appending the value of
PHP_SELF onto an 'ls ' statement yielded "no such file".

The file did not exist:

$ ls /~russ/tryseed/showSeed.phtml
/~russ/tryseed/showSeed.phtml: No such file or directory

The clue here is this: I was running out
of a "pubic_html" subdirectory off of ~russ (see above).
The URL typed into IE 5.2 (Mac OS X) was:

"http://hostname/~russ/tryseed/showSeed.html"

** I have other pages on same web server, same PHP which
are hosted out of the server's normal root directory
and they don't have this problem. **

--Thank you to whoever came up with that workaround above.
I just put similar text as a COMMENT on a CLOSED linux 
Bug #21261.  This needs to be considered OPEN AFAIK.


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