apache_setenv

(PHP 4 >= 4.2.0, PHP 5, PHP 7)

apache_setenvSet an Apache subprocess_env variable


Description

apache_setenv ( string $variable , string $value [, bool $walk_to_top = FALSE ] ) : bool

apache_setenv() sets the value of the Apache environment variable specified by variable.

Note:

When setting an Apache environment variable, the corresponding $_SERVER variable is not changed.

Parameters

variable
The environment variable that's being set.
value
The new variable value.
walk_to_top
Whether to set the top-level variable available to all Apache layers.


Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.


Examples

Example #1 Setting an Apache environment variable using apache_setenv()

<?phpapache_setenv("EXAMPLE_VAR", "Example Value");?>

Notes

Note:

apache_setenv() can be paired up with apache_getenv() across separate pages or for setting variables to pass to Server Side Includes (.shtml) that have been included in PHP scripts.

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