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Old 10-07-2003, 06:46 PM   #1
timc3
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php include not working just dumping txt to screen


I have a strange PHP problem, I am including a file into my PHP script:

<?php
include("myincludefile.php")...

but instead of being able to use the vars in there, it dumps the contents of the file I am trying to include to the screen.

If I put the same contents straight into the file then it works correctly.

It sounds to me like I haven't got something set correctly in my php.ini file but I am not sure what I need to be setting to getting this to work.

The file that I am including is in the same directory as one the doing the include and apache should have permission to open this file.

I am using PHP 4.3.4 with apache 1.3.28 on a redhat 7.2 box that has been upgraded..

Thanks..
 
  


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