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Notice: Undefined index: DOCUMENT_ROOT in admin/contents_detail.php on line 17

Thread began 1/14/2010 4:22 am by Stan.Shaw269802 | Last modified 1/14/2010 2:43 pm by Stan.Shaw269802 | 13081 views | 3 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

DOCUMENT_ROOT is a predefined PHP variable, it is part of the SERVER collection. more informatin can be found here:

See this post for adding the Document Root variabel when not present in IIS:
boaz at babylon dot com
30-Aug-2004 02:13
You can add $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] to IIS by editing the Environment Variables of your Windows server (was tested on WinXP SP2).

Right click on My Computer >> Properties >> Advanced.
In the System variables click on 'New' and Type in the name field 'DOCUMENT_ROOT' and in the value field the path to your IIS document root folder.

Don't forget to restart your Windows (IIS restart won't load the new settings).

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