Case problems using PHP/XAMPP ?

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Case problems using PHP/XAMPP ?

Postby Judodan » 10. January 2008 19:41

I've installed XAMPP and had few problems. However, today I'm working on a new project and when I pop in the files and run them, I get the following:

Fatal error: Call to undefined function getvalue() in C:\xampp\htdocs\include\common.php on line 61

When I look at that line, it looks like this:

if (strcasecmp(getValue("TrackLogins", "false"), "true") == 0) {
// some code....
}

Note the capital "V" in the code. Is there some reason that it's looking for the function in all lower case? Did I miss a setting or something? I don't seem to have this problem when I run this in the debugger through PhpED.

Thanks for any help.
-D. Israel
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Postby Wiedmann » 10. January 2008 21:04

Call to undefined function getvalue()

getvalue() is not a PHP function.

Did you define this function by your own? Where?
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