2011-10-27 16:17 阅读 41


Can we use ignore_user_abort on any line of PHP like:

// Process Codes
if($_GET['nonstop']) {
    // Background process
     // Nonbackground process
// Other Codes

Or we need to use on only after <?php (first line)?


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    douang1243 douang1243 2011-10-27 16:21

    You are able to use it anywhere you want within your code.

    Die & Exit

    ignore_user_abort() doesn't disable die or exit. It just tells PHP (and the server) to NOT abort the script when the remote users' connection closes.

    Worth Noting

    "PHP will not detect that the user has aborted the connection until an attempt is made to send information to the client. Simply using an echo statement does not guarantee that information is sent, see flush(). " - PHP.Net

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  • douzhan5058 douzhan5058 2011-10-27 16:21

    It is a PHP function... it needs to be within a <?php ?> block.

    If it isn't clear, you can have multiple PHP blocks. You can always stick at the top of your page (and you probably should, if this is the behavior you want!).

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