Rob Kaper cap at capsi.com
Fri Sep 6 09:45:55 BST 2002

On Fri, Sep 06, 2002 at 10:21:43AM +0200, Martijn Klingens wrote:
> Hmm, PHP had a limit of 1024 characters on a querystring and moving to a form 
> POST instead of GET would require some KIO code in the bug report dialog and 
> prevent using another browser as preferred browser. Especially since AFAIK 
> bugzilla's code doesn't do sessions it will be much harder for us to support 
> such things.
> If there is no arbitrary limit on the querystring (or if you know a solution) 
> I'm all for it though.


Apache has some directives that can be used to tweak the maximum size of
HTTP request bodies (PUT/POST) and request itself (GET). Id' be surprised if
PHP itself has such a limitation, I see no reason why it should, to PHP it
should be just another string variable and nothing special.

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