Could it be windows doesn't like the '/' in the path. OK on a webpage, but
not directly into the filesystem?

Peter

> -----Original Message-----
> From: TorrentUK [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: 13 November 2001 12:47
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> Subject: [PHP-DB] Problem with include()
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> Can anyone spot why I get the error
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> Warning: Failed opening
> 'd:/www/htdocs/ski-info-online/poll.php?id=KnChooseBoots' for inclusion
> (include_path='') in
> d:\WWW\htdocs/ski-info-online/skiKnSkiBoots.php on line
> 113
>
> Here is the calling line:
>
> <?php include($DOCUMENT_ROOT .
> "/ski-info-online/poll.php?id=KnChooseBoots"); ?>
>
> If I call poll.php?id=KnChooseBoots from the browser it works (exactly the
> same path).
> If I drop the argument it works (i.e. php include($DOCUMENT_ROOT .
> "/ski-info-online/poll.php"); ).
> So what the blazes is happening?
>
> The manual reads:
>
> /* Works. */
> include ("http://someserver/file.php?varone=1&vartwo=2";);
>
> and...
>
> require($DOCUMENT_ROOT . "/header.html");
>
> which are the techniques I think I have used.
> Thanks for any help
> -torrent
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