I have got quite a lengthy query string variable (value is roughly 600 chars) that I am attempting to achieve from the PHP script. The lengthy the first is not contained in
$_GET but another variable with shorter value length is. I have shaved off a lot of it to check also it begins going missing once the value reaches 549 chars or even more.
Fortunately the lengthy variable exists in
$_SERVER["QUERY_STRING"] so for the time being I am just picking up after that, but was curious regarding if this sounds like a server setting (Apache 2) or something like that with my PHP setup (5.2.17) or script?
BTW, the query string is not something I control so regrettably I can not change how that actually works, for ex. delivering via Publish.
Perhaps you have a hardend/suhosin version of php. It offers configuration directives to limit the size of names and values for input parameters.
suhosin.get.max_title_lengthType: Integer Default: 64Defines the utmost period of variable names for variables registered with the URL. For array variables this is actually the title while watching indices.
suhosin.get.max_totalname_lengthType: Integer Default: 256Defines the utmost entire total variable title when registered with the URL. For array variables including all indices.
suhosin.get.max_value_lengthType: Integer Default: 512Defines the utmost period of a flexible that's registered with the URL.