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Call to undefined function http_get()

Discussion in 'Apache' started by yaramhu, Oct 20, 2007.

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    I have put this problem on the php forum too but I am afraid of it would be an Apache issue maybe.

    I use http_get function in my php code. When I tr to run the php page on browser I get the next message :
    Fatal error: Call to undefined function http_get()
    But when I run my php script from command line there isn't any error message and it works fine.
    Can somebody help what would be the problem ?
     
    yaramhu, Oct 20, 2007 IP
  2. bogs

    bogs Active Member

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    #2
    this site might help you.. ;-)

    askapache.com
     
    bogs, Oct 20, 2007 IP
  3. satusaja

    satusaja Peon

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    i believe the extension is not enabled.
    try to check your php setting in httpd.conf
    is it pointing to the correct php.ini?
     
    satusaja, Oct 20, 2007 IP
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    Yes the httpd.conf pointed the right php.ini
    But fortunately the problem is resolved:
    I noticed on the apache error log this message : Unable to load dynamic library php_http.dll - the specified modul could not be found.
    However the php_http.dll was the right directory and the setting of the extension_dir was right too.
    I tried to reinstall apache but it didn't help. I spent a lot of hours to find solution on the web and it seems hundreds and hundreds noticed this bug too but I couldn't find any solution.
    I used Appserv 2.5.8 (l tried 2.5.9 too) package with PHP 5.2.3 and Apache 2.2.4. At the and I unistalled Appserv and downloaded PHP 5.2.4 and Apache 2.2.4. After the installation my script worked perfectly.
     
    yaramhu, Oct 20, 2007 IP
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    All you had to do was take out the semi-colon (comment flag) from this line in your php.ini file:
    ;extension=php_http.dll
    Code (markup):
    Sorry ;)
     
    krt, Oct 21, 2007 IP
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    what's the cause of the earlier problem?
     
    satusaja, Oct 21, 2007 IP