Yes! I'd be interested in this as well!

It would be very convenient to be able to store PHP (or any other server
side code) in a database, then retrieve and execute it.

I store a lot of website content with embedded HTML commands in a database.
Being able to store PHP code in the database as well would be very

The only way I can think of doing it would involve a lot of very messy
parsing out of the php commands. I expect that would take way to much
processing time. I don't imagine that would work for entire functions
either. Maybe just individual PHP commands.

Any ideas????

Thanks! Rita

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark @ 10base-t [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2001 6:06 AM
Subject: Storing Code in a db?

Hey there,
Is it possible to store code like a function, for example, in a mysql
database and pull it into a php dynamicallly so you can use the function if


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