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Accessing your configuration data in application.ini
December 01, 2009 @ 08:58:23

Rob Allen has a quick tip for Zend Framework users looking to get to the configuration values in their application.ini file.

Zend_Application will read the data in your application.ini and make it available from your bootstrap's getOptions() method. It then sets the bootstrap as a parameter in the front controller. Note that the top level keys are all normalised to lowercase too. You can then retrieve the options in a number of ways.

He gives examples of pulling them into a controller, an object outside the controller and an interesting conflict that using the Zend_Config component could cause.

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