Rev cgi, PHP & XML
janschenkel at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 23 05:52:05 CDT 2007
--- jbv <jbv.silences at club-internet.fr> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> It's me again with another weird question... this
> time for php
> I have a Rev cgi script that returns some xml data
> to a client browser.
> In order to speed up downloading, I'm trying to
> compress the data
> using gzip via some php functions (such as gzencode
> or gzcompress).
> I had to use that technique because Rev compress()
> function doesn't
> output code suitable for browsers...
> Anyway, here's my code :
> - in Rev cgi script
> get shell("/usr/local/bin/php
> /home/httpd/html/cgi-bin/gzcompress.php "
> & myXMLdata)
> - in php
> $myString = $argv;
> $myStringgz = gzencode( $myString , 9 );
> echo $myStringgz;
> This works fine for any non-XML data. As soon as I
> try to pass XML data
> to the php script,
> I get this error :
> /bin/sh: line 1: syntax error near unexpected
> token `<'
> Could someone be kind enough to tell me what I'm
> doing wrong ?
> Is there any specific gzlib function for xml data ?
> I haven't found
> anything like that in php doc...
> Any help greatly apreciated. Thanks in advance,
Try dumping the XML data to a file in the
temp-directory, and piping that into the php script.
Otherwise the shell will try to interpet the content
of the variable myXMLData as extra parameters.
Hope this helped,
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