Discussion:
what is FP_NO_HOST_CHECK?
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Garfield Lewis
2007-02-02 16:43:51 UTC
Hi All,

This is probably not the place for this question but unfortunately I don't
know where is. Hopefully, someone has an answer to this. I have noticed the
environment variable FP_NO_HOST_CHECK on my WinXP (but not Win2K3) system
and was wondering what it means, what is it used for?
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Garfield A. Lewis
DB2 UDB Development,
IBM Canada Laboratory
Arkady Frenkel
2007-02-04 10:28:09 UTC
Seems you have some specific platform sdk installed, there is no such with
core PSDK I have on my computer
Arkady
Post by Garfield Lewis
Hi All,
This is probably not the place for this question but unfortunately I don't
know where is. Hopefully, someone has an answer to this. I have noticed the
environment variable FP_NO_HOST_CHECK on my WinXP (but not Win2K3) system
and was wondering what it means, what is it used for?
--
Garfield A. Lewis
DB2 UDB Development,
IBM Canada Laboratory
Brian Bunin
2007-02-19 03:33:54 UTC
Post by Arkady Frenkel
Seems you have some specific platform sdk installed, there is no such with
core PSDK I have on my computer
Arkady
Post by Garfield Lewis
Hi All,
This is probably not the place for this question but unfortunately I don't
know where is. Hopefully, someone has an answer to this. I have noticed the
environment variable FP_NO_HOST_CHECK on my WinXP (but not Win2K3) system
and was wondering what it means, what is it used for?
Sounds like a FrontPage eviromental variable to me.
FHickman
2007-02-20 16:38:42 UTC
Post by Garfield Lewis
Hi All,
This is probably not the place for this question but unfortunately I don't
know where is. Hopefully, someone has an answer to this. I have noticed the
environment variable FP_NO_HOST_CHECK on my WinXP (but not Win2K3) system
and was wondering what it means, what is it used for?
--
Garfield A. Lewis
DB2 UDB Development,
IBM Canada Laboratory
This environment variable is used with PHP web scripting.

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Frank
FHickman
2007-02-20 16:44:20 UTC
Actually, I probably jumped the gun here.

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Frank
SFHandyman
2007-02-21 21:34:25 UTC
Hey Frank: I speak english so I know "jumped the gun" means you answered too
fast, but it might be incomprehensible to English as a Second Language
people. And honestly I don't know what you meant by that. Does that mean it's
Not actually a PHP Webscripting environmental variable, or Maybe it is , or
Maybe it isn't, or it was just a guess,...? Thanks

P.S. I jump the gun a lot. Thanks for trying to help.
Post by FHickman
Actually, I probably jumped the gun here.
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Frank
Sam Hobbs
2007-02-27 11:09:39 UTC
http://search.msn.com/results.aspx?q=%22FP_NO_HOST_CHECK%22&FORM=MSNH