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    Question Turning ON register_globals

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    So for example if I am hosted on a shared server and the server admin has disabled register_globals, Is there anyway I can turn ON register_globals for my PHP application? If yes, what modifications do I have to make?


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    Try
    PHP Code:
    ini_set("register_globals",1); 
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    Will this work even if the server admin has disabled register globals in php.ini?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cancer10 View Post
    Will this work even if the server admin has disabled register globals in php.ini?
    Not sure, that's why I said "Try"
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    oh ok

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