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    Hello,

    after a bit of struggle, I managed to install PHP 4.0.3 on Windows ME with PWS. I was able to map .php and .php3 but suddenly, .php behaves as a normal "html" file - only .php3 scripts are executed.
    The mapping of both is exactly the same - as in the pws4-reg file.

    Anybody able to help?

    I'm lost ... <eek>

    Many thanks

    Lutz
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    What do you mean, PHP started acting like normal HTML files? Does it show PHP code, or execute it?

    You shouldn't be setting your files to .php3 if you're using php4.
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    Hello Sano,

    exactly, after having mapped .php, .php3 and .phtml with RegEdit ([HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesw3svcparametersScript Map]
    ".php"="chp3php4isapi.dll")

    and trying the test-Script with different extensions (<html>
    <head>
    <title>Example</title>
    </head>
    <body>
    Hello, I'm not a script!</P>
    <script language="php">
    echo("Hi, I'm a PHP script!");
    </script>
    </body>
    </html> )

    I found that .html and .php reacts exactly the same.

    (.php3 and .phtml echo the "Script-Line")

    I'm running php4.0.3(pl1) on WindowsME with
    the 98 SE PWS (which was installed on 98 SE and "survived" the upgrade. I even can run
    asp-Files on WinME).

    I really don't know were to start looking for a solution. Renaming my .php to .php3 seems not to be a solution...)

    Many thanks

    Lutz

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