[MS4W-Users] PHP/Mapscript functioning?
Keith.Moss at landgate.wa.gov.au
Wed Nov 3 20:51:38 EST 2010
Just on the face of it, but it looks to me like your PHP code isn't actually being interpreted as PHP.
Could you make another file, call it phpinfo.php, and just put this in it:
<?php phpinfo(); ?>
If that works it should show a whole lot of info about your PHP install, what modules are available etc. You should also be able to see MapScript listed amongst the modules.
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Sent: Thu 04/11/2010 05:37
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Subject: [MS4W-Users] PHP/Mapscript functioning?
I'm just starting with PHP/Mapscript, after having got MapServer CGI
working fine for my application. I have a default ms4w 3.0 beta 11
installation (Win7 Pro 64), php_info lists Mapscript in the
However, when I try a very basic PHP/Mapscript sample, containing
this code snippet:
$map = ms_newMapObj($map_path."hello.map");
I get the following output:
draw(); $image_url=$image->saveWebImage(); ?> "image icon" >
which looks to me like mapscript is not being found.
How can I test to see if PHP/Mapscript is available to php on my system?
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