[thelist] RE: PHP Problem

Jeremy Ashcraft ashcraft at 13monkeys.com
Fri Nov 17 09:39:18 CST 2000

A nice feature of the include function is that it can grab URLs as well.  I
had a similar problem with including a perl script from within a PHP.  Just
pass the entire URL to the include function and it will make a normal
request to the webserver:


should do the trick.  HTH


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jay Fitzgerald" <jayfitz at bayou.com>
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Sent: Friday, November 17, 2000 8:00 AM
Subject: [thelist] RE: PHP Problem

> Thanks Oliver, for the tip....I wanted to try a simpler method first, so
> a shout of many thanks goes out to Stef....It worked tremendously! I
> just thought of another similar problem though...A couple of my
> "include"s actually execute a Perl script...now that I know how to
> include into PHP, how can I tell that include to execute a script?
> Thanks
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