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I think I've asked this before, but I'm having problems with environment variables. It's Win2K Server, PHP 4.3.??, IIS (not Apache). Every time I try and pull $DOCUMENT_ROOT, I get an "Undefined Variable" error.

I've tried, "$_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"]" As well as "$HTTP_ENV_VARS["DOCUMENT_ROOT"]" and neither of them worked either. I think it's a setting in PHP.ini, but I could be wrong. Got any ideas?

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Anything you get from $_SERVER are variables exposed to PHP by the webserver, and they're usually set in the web server's configuration. (Similarly, the variables in $_ENV are the environment variables exported by the shell/OS environment that are available to the PHP parser.) The documentation doesn't say which variables are exposed and which aren't, they just give a list of all the variables that *MIGHT* appear as indexes in the $_SERVER array.

Perhaps simply using print_r() to dump the contents of $_SERVER and/or $_ENV will tell you what you have to work with.


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