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Bug #687 When using PHP and JavaScript, JS command document.lastModified gives bad date
Submitted: 1998-08-23 16:37 UTC Modified: 1998-08-23 16:47 UTC
From: gemstone at triax dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Other
PHP Version: 3.0.3 OS: Apache 1.2
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [1998-08-23 16:37 UTC] gemstone at triax dot com
<html>
<head>
<title>PHP/JavaScript Conflict</title>
</head>
<body>

<?
     require("anything.inc");
     // anything here will work, doesnt even have to be a require...
?>
<br>
JavaScript Last Modified: 
<script language="JavaScript">
     // print out the date the document was last modified
     document.write(document.lastModified);
     // returns 12/31/69 16:00:00
     // when PHP is removed from the page, then it returns the correct date
</script>

</body>
</html>

I dont have a clue what modules might be used, you'll have to contact Teleport (teleport.com)
Same goes for the ini file and other info.  

If you would prefer, I can contact them myself and if they cannot resolve the problem, have them contact you.

Thanks for your help either way,
Joshua James

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 [1998-08-23 16:47 UTC] rasmus
Not a bug.  If you want a last-modified header from a dynamically generated page, you should send one using the PHP Header() function.  Alternatively you can turn on the last_modified directive in php3.ini or the corresponding php3_last_modified Apache directive in which case the modification date of your script file will get sent.  Most people don't want browsers to cache old versions of dynamically generated content though.
 
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