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retrieveing http variables in php

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my website will be redirected by proxy to send some single sign-on information, user id and
so on in HTTP header, Now hot retrieve those variables in PHP ?
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Question by:Rozamunda
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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$_get, $_post, $_request
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by:Rozamunda
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So all of the would work ?
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Aaron Tomosky earned 1000 total points
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Get are variables in the URL. Post is hidden stuff. Request is both.
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