Posted by David Hall on 01/20/06 16:00
Jochem Maas wrote:
>> the first and second line you can alter it or just switch between
>> pending if you want it to display the file or just to tell you if it
>> exists or not.... so...applying this code just before my include
>> statments all verifys ok....(thats the file exists) if i use line 1
>> nothing appears....it says the file exists according to line 2 yet it
>> wont display....??? of course i REM either line out
>> accordingly.....so...the register page starts with an include called
>> session.php in that session.php i have another 3 includes...
>> mailer.php,database.php and form.php each tested for line 2 and ok but
>> not for line 1 nothing appears if i move that phpinfo.php file around
>> into those directories(folders and subfolders) and test it then it
>> ok's for line 1 i get a display and ok for line 2 too. but of course
>> phpinfo.php when called doesnt have another include statement in it...
>> i really cant explain it perhaps php 5.0.5 doesnt support multiple
>> include statements....strange???
> thats just silly.
it just isn't displaying errors, doing all this nonsense with file
exists is a waste of time, just add two lines to the top of your script
(that includes the file):
(or set these values in the php.ini if you have access to that)
and look at what that tells you. You might not understand the error at
first, but hopefully you will. My guess is that it will tell you it
can't parse your included file.
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