This doesn't have anything to do with something as exotic that.
What I want to do is to provide a value that gets passed thru an invocation content by PHP itself, so I can pick it up
in some PHP code, and load resources from a property file.
If you are at all familiar with OO frameworks and inversion of control, it may help understand what I was trying
to do. I was just trying to provide a context for performing dependency injection of PHP code and resources for factory like objects
(and other things) kept in XML and various other formats. I wanted to be able to define an IOC container and use it in PHP.I never could get this work
using the PHP values mechanism. I ended up looking at the URL and adding logic to parse out the "application name"
from it (this took me about 2 days to figure out) on the main PHP page. I then use this to load properties
from the appropriate section of an external PHP ini file.http://localhost/foo/index.php
=> by the above logic produces (foo) which is this used to read in a section of properties (some of which
contain XML documents for declaring and binding objects and methods and data) into my application framework. This property file is located outside
the HTDOCS directory (c:\xampp\ioc).
Thanks for the response, however.